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Subject:good print/online font From:"Biederman, K.A." <KBiederman -at- OCWEN -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 28 Oct 1997 08:24:55 -0500
When choosing a font for both online and print documentation, don't
forget about the readability of the document. As a rule, serif fonts are
easier to read, especially if the document is long. Sans serif fonts are
fine for online documents and short printed docs. Have you tried
Garamond? I've used it for PDF and printed stuff and it always looks