Re: Fonts for Online documents

Subject: Re: Fonts for Online documents
From: DIGEST Bruce Byfield <byfield -at- DIRECT -dot- CA>
Date: Fri, 21 Jun 1996 16:00:05 +0800

Tim Altom is right: whether serif or sans-serif fonts are easier to read seems
to be partly culturally determined. I've seen several European word processors
on different operating platforms whose defaults are san serif--usually Helvetica.

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Bruce Byfield (byfield -at- direct -dot- ca)
Burnaby, B. C., Canada (604) 421-7189
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