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> Management has asked me to assist the development team in finding a
> monospaced (i.e. non-proportional) True Type font that is
> visually attractive for screen display. We are migrating our
> application from OS/2 to Windows 3.1
> Any suggestions?
I'm not sure how compatible Windows and Macintosh TrueType fonts are, but if
you can, I suggest the Monaco font that comes with every Macintosh.
As a matter of fact, I use it to read and compose e-mail!