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Re: OT: PostScript substitute for Verdana?

At 12/17/98 11:33 AM , Banttari, Ananda wrote:
>Hi gang!
>Thanks to the problem of non-searchability of TrueType fonts,
>we are changing a couple of character tags that use Verdana. 
>We had were using Verdana, 9 pt. Italic. We are now using 
>Futura CondensedLight, 9 pt. Italic, spread 5%, stretch 150%. 
>I preferred the Verdana, since IMO it looked better in print
>and was definitely easier to read onscreen. Does anyone know 
>of a PostScript font that has more similar characteristics? 
>{We also changed our body font from Times to Baskerville BE 
>Regular (10 pt).}
>Many thanks,
>Ananda Banttari
>Tech. Doc. Specialist (font novice)

You might try "Stone Sans" or "Lucida Sans" -- both of these
are available from Adobe and others as Type 1 fonts.

	- Dov

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