# Culmus Fonts for Hebrew in LaTeX

Author
Overleaf (writeLaTeX)
AbstractThis example shows how to use Culmus fonts to write Hebrew in LaTeX. The Culmus Project provides a collection of Hebrew fonts for GNU/Linux and LaTeX communities. Overleaf (formerly writeLaTeX) provides Culmus Fonts 0.7-r1 (as of 26 Jan 2014), in addition to the standard LaTeX fonts for Hebrew. (If you remove \usepackage{culmus}, you can see the standard fonts instead.) Also note that your Hebrew text must be UTF-8 encoded, and that Overleaf also supports entry of right-to-left (bidirectional) text in your LaTeX source.