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Re: Times Roman 'N' Helvetica (formerly SGML, etc.)
Subject:Re: Times Roman 'N' Helvetica (formerly SGML, etc.) From:Corinne Stefanick <Temp2%GMP%Chiron -at- LARRY -dot- CHIRON -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 4 Nov 1993 08:57:41 PST
Michael, do you think by sticking with one family of fonts you have a more
graceful, unified look? I've thought the more traditional serif for body
text and non-serif for titles and headers was a standard. I'd be interested
to know your feelings about using all one font versus mixing it up....corinne