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Fonts & PowerPoint

If you’d like to have an edgier, moe sophisticated looking PowerPoint template, I’d suggest not using one of the following fonts:  Arial, Calibri, Tahoma or Verdana.  Everyone uses them.  The benefit to using them, is that anyone can then edit your pages.  If that’s not the concern, then consider using a different font. When selecting […]

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To serif or to sans serif? That is the question!

Clients ask me what fonts are correct for on-screen presentations and/or printed documents.  They also ask me the different between serif and sans serif fonts.  The tip I share is one I got from an old colleague at McKinsey:  Replace serif with feet.  San serif means that the font has no feet (like Arial)  and […]

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