In the early days, hand-operating printers where used by designers which had to be operated manually. The manual printers had metal letters engrossed in a frame which when rolled in the ink pressed down onto a clean paper for printing. This process of printing needed thousands of physical metal blocks each with a character representing typeface. Likewise, for printing a Garamond typeface, you would need different blocks of diverse size (like 10 points, 12 points, 14 points, and so on)…