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I think you will be happier when you accept the fact that you're not in
Desktop-Publishing Land any more. Standard HTML codes are simply not
capable of defining specific fonts and font sizes, leading, kerning,
You are correct, though, that you should be able to specify fonts that
you're certain all your viewers have on their computers.=20