Re: Typographical conventions

Subject: Re: Typographical conventions
From: "Della L. Ulibarri" <dlu -at- SANTAFE -dot- EDU>
Date: Fri, 12 Jan 1996 14:39:18 MST

K. Watkins writes---


>- Bold AND italic for emphasis
>This generally means, "Pay attention here or you'll miss the whole point."
>Rarely, I use just bold for lesser emphasis.


Don't you think using two types of emphasis is overkill? I had an experience
with an author who wanted both bold and italics, after he had already
used underlining and changed fonts, all within the same small document.

Della Ulibarri


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