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On Thu, Jan 26, 2017 at 9:59 AM, Tammy Van Boening <
tammyvb -at- spectrumwritingllc -dot- com> wrote:
> Since the cows have come home, I have always, and I mean always, used Times
> or another serif font for body text and san serif for headings and I know
> that this is considered the "norm" or "standard" for tech. docs. That said,
> a new client is insistent on using sans serif fonts for both headings and
> text and it isn't pretty when you're trying to read this manual.
> Does anyone have any hard references/links to sites that you could point me
> to that stipulate why this is the norm/standard for writing manuals? Right
> now, my client considers everything that I offered as an explanation as
> simply anecdotal and not worthy of consideration.
> Yea, I am about to punt. . . .
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