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brett wrote:This guide may prove useful.
Fri Aug 22, 2014 12:15 pm Post
pigfender wrote:brett wrote:This guide may prove useful.
Thank you! I've had to stop reading because I'm at work and suddenly aware that I should be, you know, not reading about fonts at work, but what I've read so far is fascinating and has been added to the reading list for my journey home this evening.
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RobynJane wrote:Repeated studies have shown that while pages printed in a fully-justified non-serif font are pretty to look at, ragged-right justification with a serif font is easier to read. Since up until now, the bulk of my writing has been academic, I modified most of my templates in MS Word, AbiWord, and other word processors to use ragged-right justification with Times New Roman, 10-pt font, thus meeting every standard of academic writing.
Now that I'm starting Scrivener, I'll probably stick to the same format.
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