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Old 02-23-2005, 10:48 AM   #1
BradW
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Default Font used in vocabulary book

I need to match the faces used in this vocabulary book. (My redesign using Stone Sans and Serif didn't fly, so I'm stuck with making it ugly.)


I know that the title font is Cooper Black (<sigh>), and I've found about a dozen Adobe fonts that come pretty close to the text face, but I thought I'd see if anyone could help me find an exact match.

Note that they really like the boldness of the bold words, so I'll need a family with a black or heavy weight (or a really bold bold).

Here's hoping my scan shows up, is readable, and isn't too big.

Brad
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