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Havoc
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What Font do you use for docs at work?
Assuming for a document for some degree of intraoffice distribution like a memo.

Is Times New Roman or Arial still pretty standard?


brucevilanch
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re: What Font do you use for docs at work?
Comic sans.


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re: What Font do you use for docs at work?
Callibri (sp)


OweO
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Baskerfield Old Face


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SabiDojo
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re: What Font do you use for docs at work?
I use Times New Roman.


Backinthe615
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re: What Font do you use for docs at work?
Peavey


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ElectricWizard0
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Wingdings


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PearlJam
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re: What Font do you use for docs at work?
New Century Schoolbook for legal writing.

Adobe garamond for most other writing.
This post was edited on 2/8 at 12:45 pm


The Pirate King
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re: What Font do you use for docs at work?
Don’t be that person that uses weird fonts. I automatically take about 40 points off of their IQ.


homesicktiger
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re: What Font do you use for docs at work?
Arial or Calibri, 10 pt for me.

I've been editing someone else's document for a week or so ... Times New Roman 12 ... and it's driving me crazy. First world problem.



Havoc
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re: What Font do you use for docs at work?
Agree, not looking for anything weird just if there are other professional options I may not be aware of.


WPBTiger
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re: What Font do you use for docs at work?
My email is set to Courier New. Either Arial or Times New Roman for documents.


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RollDatRoll
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re: What Font do you use for docs at work?
Times New Roman.


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TheFonz
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re: What Font do you use for docs at work?
Courier for that lovely vintage typewriter look.


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Slagathor
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re: What Font do you use for docs at work?
Arial, Calibri, or Helvetica

TNR is terrible


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SabiDojo
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re: What Font do you use for docs at work?
The only thing I don't like about Times New Roman is that it's a monospaced font. I prefer proportional fonts. But, I just assume Times New Roman would be best since I'm in an industry that's inundated with old farts.


Bullfrog
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re: What Font do you use for docs at work?
Tahoma 12pt.


SlowFlowPro
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re: What Font do you use for docs at work?
quote:

if there are other professional options I may not be aware of.


i like Georgia font, personally


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Rouge
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re: What Font do you use for docs at work?
calibri 11 pt


Fusaichi Pegasus
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re: What Font do you use for docs at work?
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Callibri


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