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Old 05-17-2006, 12:04 PM   #1
imatt
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Ok back again....

Here are the questions...

1) Are you using:

PC

Apple Mac

Both

2) Where do you use your PC and / or Mac?

Work

Home

At both home and work

In a home based office (SOHO)

3) With regards to fonts, do you mostly use:

TrueType

Type 1

OpenType

Do not use / understand the technology

4) If mostly using Type 1 fonts, what are the main reasons?

Compatibility

Range of typefaces

Came bundled with DTP / Graphics / Office software

Other (please write)

5) If mostly using TrueType fonts, what are the main reasons?

Compatibility

Range of typefaces

Came bundled with DTP / Graphics / Office software

Other (please write)

6) If mostly using OpenType fonts, what are the main reasons?

Compatibility

Range of typefaces

Came bundled with DTP / Graphics / Office software

Other (please write)

7)Are you considering moving to OpenType fonts exclusively?

Yes

No

Not sure
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