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Subject:Re: Complaining about Courier From:Karen Kay <karenk -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 7 Jun 1994 13:32:45 -0700
Glen Accardo said:
> Courier isn't such a terrible font, even for letters. Because the stroke
> widths are even, it prints well (enough) at any resolution. It also has
> the ability to survive multiple faxings, as often happens to resumes.
But a sans serif font works better.
> Also note that more and more resumes are getting e-mailed. If you've done
> yours to look good only on paper, here on the information tollway, it don't
> look so very good. Monospaced fonts still work best for us 80 column by
> 24 row people.....
Font isn't relevant when you send an e-mail resume, only spacing
is. (Font changes depending on the mail reader of the viewer, not