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Old 08-23-2006, 01:17 PM   #4
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Oy. Whitney is out of the question. The font prices are very reasonable, but I would have to buy a yearly license to permit embedding the fonts in PDFs.

It would cost me $2,445 per year.

I like the typeface, but I ain't planning to marry it.

So now I am looking at other options -- the client definitely wants a sans with OS figures. I'll look at the three you suggested. Unfortunately I'm supposed to have a comp done by Friday, which is going to be tricky without having the typeface decision made ...

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