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#1
As in you're writing a research paper, or some proper thing for your job, or a resumé, or whatever. A nice looking font seems to really help me in the writing process.

Do you even have a preference?

Maybe you're one of those weirdos who prefers sans-serif fonts for professional documents.

I prefer Sabon. I embed it in the documents I make so that if it's being transmitted electronically, whoever reads it can still see how nice it looks

If that's not an option, I go to Georgia since most if not all modern computers have it installed.

A last resort is Times New Roman.

edit: also comic sans
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#2
uhh i let my placement asistant at the time handle how my resume should look and they used some font idk wait right here...
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#3
ok it was just times new roman lol
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Sometimes I fuck a bamboo shoot.


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#4
i've got a lot of love for verdana
dirtbag ballet by the bins down the alley
as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
everything that you've come to expect


#5
I like Constantia, its a bit nicer than Times at smaller sizes.
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#6
Verdana or TNR or Arial for typed stuff. Size 12.

I would go with courier new because it's incredibly easy to read, but #typewriter hipster
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#10
The advantage to dingbats: better for prose breaks. You can use snowflakes instead of the boring old asterisks.
#11
I like to use Garamond (any variant) for body text and Goudy Old Style for headings.

Professionally I'm unfortunately stuck with Arial because that's what we're told to use. Which is a shame.
#12
Cambria, Georgia, Times New Roman, size 11.

I prefer typing and editing my work in Calibri though.
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#13
Times New Roman


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#17
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I like to use Garamond (any variant) for body text and Goudy Old Style for headings.

Professionally I'm unfortunately stuck with Arial because that's what we're told to use. Which is a shame.

i always use garamond where the content is mildly subpar and i want to compensate
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#19
times new roman

i didn't even know you were allowed to use anything else tbh




#23
i've always like calibri, cambria and occasionally helvetica
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#24
Definitely comic sans. Job interviewers love it.


Just kidding!
Seriously though, comic sans will send you to hell.
#26
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times new roman

i didn't even know you were allowed to use anything else tbh

I've never been allowed to in a class
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#28
Prestige Elite Std for my own writings. I like that blocky "matrix" style font a lot. Otherwise Georgia for everything else because I know their computer will likely have that font.
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#30
I always use 12pt Times New Roman for school assignments -- I mean, that's the standard, unless otherwise stated.

Unless you're one of those fuck boys who adds additional spaces between paragraphs of the same style & makes all yr. punctuation marks pt. 16 -- even when you are turning the paper in electronically as a .doc file. Come on, jesus.

Also it's disturbing how many college freshman apparently don't even use spell check. I am honestly baffled that kids who grew up with computers could be so inept at using them.
#31
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I always use 12pt Times New Roman for school assignments -- I mean, that's the standard, unless otherwise stated.

Unless you're one of those fuck boys who adds additional spaces between paragraphs of the same style & makes all yr. punctuation marks pt. 16 -- even when you are turning the paper in electronically as a .doc file. Come on, jesus.

Also it's disturbing how many college freshman apparently don't even use spell check. I am honestly baffled that kids who grew up with computers could be so inept at using them.


Most kids don't use a computer so much as they use google chrome.
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#35
Quote by neidnarb11890
I always use 12pt Times New Roman for school assignments -- I mean, that's the standard, unless otherwise stated.

Unless you're one of those fuck boys who adds additional spaces between paragraphs of the same style & makes all yr. punctuation marks pt. 16 -- even when you are turning the paper in electronically as a .doc file. Come on, jesus.

Also it's disturbing how many college freshman apparently don't even use spell check. I am honestly baffled that kids who grew up with computers could be so inept at using them.

The standard when I was an undergrad was TNR, 12pt, double spaced and centre justified.
#36
Kristen because the font name is the same as my name.
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#37
In professional situations I stick with Arial as a rule.

In musical situations I prefer Garamond...especially Celtic Garamond.

In Pit situations I type in Arial...but I think in Comic Sans.
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#39
I like courier new, that way at the bottom of my job application to perform at G3 I can tab out a wicked guitar solo.
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