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Old 11-14-2007, 04:11 PM   #17
Steve Rindsberg
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I thought about mentioning Marlett, but decided not to. Very few of us would prepare documents that assume its presence. <g>

But MS Sans Serif .. once in a while it does show up in a document, probably as the result of somebody choosing it in an older app that doesn't know better than to allow users to pick FON fonts. Come to think of it, WordPad permits this.

   
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