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Old 02-08-2005, 03:06 PM   #1
Gerry Kowarsky
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Default Do Printer Fonts Matter Any More?

I was looking at printer specifications the other day, and I began to wonder whether built-in fonts are a selling point for printers any more. In the office environment where I work, we have a mix of networked PCL and PostScript printers, but I don't know of anyone who uses anything other than the fonts that come with Windows, Microsof Office, or (in a very few cases) Corel Draw. Is this common, do you think?
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