Re: Universal Font?

Subject: Re: Universal Font?
From: Chuck <writer -at- BEST -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 1 Jul 1999 14:42:08 -0700

You should alsway be able to count on MS Serif and MS Sans Serif,
screen-only fonts that were designed to look best on a computer screen.
You usually can't find them in applicaiton font lists, but you can type
them in where needed.

"Wollt, Richard C" wrote:
> One of our programmers just asked me if there is a font (or a group of
> fonts) that will always be present on a computer running Windows? I think
> Tahoma is used internally by windows and must be present, but I'm not sure.
> Dick Wollt
> richard -dot- wollt -at- unisys -dot- com

"[Programmers] cannot successfully be asked to design for users
because...inevitably, they will make judgments based on the
difficult of coding and not on the user's real needs."
- Alan Cooper
"About Face: The Essentials of User Interface Design"

Chuck Martin

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