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Subject:Re: Use of sans serif in Europe From:John Renish <John -dot- Renish -at- CONNER -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 12 Apr 1995 07:56:36 PDT
Add Britain, Spain, and Switzerland (at least for newspapers) to Daniel's
list of countries that use serif fonts widely. Also, I have seen at least
one magazine from Denmark that used a serif font for body text.
John -dot- Renish -at- conner -dot- com
My statements are my own and do not represent Conner Peripherals, Inc.