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    Letter writing - Font (Verdana)

    Hello Teachers,

    Is there any particular font that we must be following to write formal letters.

    I have heard someone saying that we must use "Verdana" font to write formal letters.

    Please advise.

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    Re: Letter writing - Font (Verdana)

    Quote Originally Posted by 2010 View Post
    Hello Teachers,

    Is there any particular font that we must be following to write formal letters.

    I have heard someone saying that we must use "Verdana" font to write formal letters.
    That's nonsense.
    Please advise.
    Your office or workplace might have a policy about this. Before computers, something like Times was set on typewriters. This is still a popular font. However, some technical journals now print in sans serif fonts.
    Try not to use anything fancy, and you should be OK.

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    Re: Letter writing - Font (Verdana)

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    Your office or workplace might have a policy about this. Before computers, something like Times was set on typewriters. This is still a popular font. However, some technical journals now print in sans serif fonts.
    Try not to use anything fancy, and you should be OK.

    Thank you Raymott for your kind advise!

    Very much appreciated

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