Georgia font in PDFs

Subject: Georgia font in PDFs
From: Jennifer Zilliac <jennifer -at- SMARTDB -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 28 Jul 1998 10:17:24 -0700

Hello again!

I'm trying to create a template that is optimized for online viewing.
I'm importing the formats to my book, then creating a PDF file.

I'm using Verdana and Georgia fonts -- Verdana for the body text
and Georgia for the headings. (I read somewhere that you should
switch serif and sans serif fonts for online viewing -- serif
for headings and sans serif for body text.)

After conversion to PDF, the Georgia font looks lousy. In some
cases, it's unreadable!

Are these fonts not meant to go into PDFs?

Thanks for any info...

Jennifer
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Jennifer Zilliac
Technical Writer
SmartDB Corporation
http://www.smartdb.com
mailto:jennifer -at- smartdb -dot- com




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