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Old 02-19-2008, 08:55 AM   #7
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By the way: Georgia was designed for screen reading, not for print. It is the baby sister of Miller, which is one of the best fonts for setting almost any kind of text that I know of.
I printed out their three page PDF. Most of the sample is in 9pt. Figures. But it's a nice 9 pt. There is one line in 12 pt., in Display Roman. I think this font will print well with a laser, but I wish they had a sample more relevant to my uses.

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