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Subject:Re: Non-ugly, non-proportional font From:Beth Mazur <mazur -at- POBOX -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 16 Feb 1998 17:09:08 -0500
Kathy Ellis wrote:
>> A programmer I work with just asked me if I know of a non-ugly,
>> non-proportional font that is standard to Windows.( He wants to
>> avoid using Courier because it's killing his eyes. ) Anyone know
>> of anything really slick?
Standard to Windows? Sounds like Courier is your best bet that comes
with Windows. But Microsoft has some free fonts at their typography
site, including a monospaced one that has an Arial feel to it.