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Old 01-28-2008, 11:42 AM   #1
Clayton
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Default Typeface for Newsletter

I've been using Times New Roman and Arial typefaces to publish a newsletter. I use those because the newsletter appears fine when viewed on screen as well as in print. The printed copies are just that - I give Office Depot a PDF which they plug into their printer/copier. The body style for the newsletter is 10 points.

I've tried other typefaces, but haven't found one that looks decent both in print and on screen. I've tried New Century Schoolbook (T1), News 701 through 706 (TT) and some other basic Windows typefaces and now I'm burned out and back at the old TNR and Arial.

Perhaps somebody can suggest a typeface that not only converts well into PDF for screen viewing but into good printed copy as well? I do have access to T1 typefaces.
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