|1.||Case forms: parentheses, brackets, and some punctuation marks change their vertical position when appearing with only capital letters|
|2.||Ligatures (fb, ffb, ff, fh, ffh, fi, ffi, fj, ffj, fk, fl, ffl, ft, and fft, plus long-s ligatures)|
|3.||Discretionary ligatures (Th, sp, st, and ct)|
|5.||Superior and Inferior Figures, including parentheses and some punctuation marks|
|6.||Diagonal Fractions||7.||Tabular and Proportional Oldstyle Figures, including currency symbols||8.||Tabular and Proportional Lining Figures||9.||Small Caps, including currency symbols, parentheses, brackets, and some punctuation marks||10.||Stylistic Sets||11.||Alternates: different versions of certain glyphs for use at the end of a line, e.g. a, c, d, e, h, i, k, l, m, n, r, t, u, z, &, Q; each of these also contains an alternate for the respective glyph’s accented versions||12.||More Alternates: additional versions of capitals, alternate forms for the ligatures, a historical long-s, a wider euro currency symbol, and a slashed-zero||13.||Ornaments and Fleurons|
These features are only accessible in applications that are OpenType-savvy, including the Adobe CS line and QuarkXPress version 7.0 and up.
Sabon Next is an OpenType family with TrueType outlines (OpenType TTF). This ensure cross-platform compatibility between the Mac and PC into the future, and it also improves upon the on-screen display of the fonts in common Office applications on Windows PCs.