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I am editing a state manual, and until today, my understanding was that
there would be one version of the manual online and another version in a
published volume. Now, I understand that there will a single manual in
an online PDF that, of course, can be printed out. I had specified
different fonts for online and print, but now I need a font that will
suit both media. Is there a scheme (headings and body text) that is the
standard for such a scenario? Does the fact that the online version is
in a PDF and not a portal/site mitigate the situation at all?
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