Re: Readability and point size

Subject: Re: Readability and point size
From: Mitch Berg <mberg -at- IS -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 15 Jan 1997 15:06:11 -0600

Jean Weber wrote:
>
> Someone mentioned age as a factor in whether small print is readable. This
> is a valid issue.

I'm the one who brought it up. BTW, I did it as an example of someone
who _might_ have trouble with smaller type, not as a blanket statement
about older people.

Yes, it IS valid. I've had to write for older audiences - it's an issue
for many of them...

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