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So it's an easy question, what do you guys think is the most professional looking font?

asked Jun 27 '10 at 01:33

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I believe that is a matter of opinion and personal taste and the answers you get will probably be a varied as the colors of the rainbow. Generally, I would stick with fonts that are more standardized for professional work, but then again it depends on what the font is going to be used for.

answered Jun 27 '10 at 01:38

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Yes I suppose so, but what in your opinion would you use if you were to type out a professional document?

(Jun 27 '10 at 01:38) EoinMuurphy EoinMuurphy's gravatar image

Serif, or Roman, typefaces are named for the features at the ends of their strokes. Times Roman and Garamond are common examples of serif typefaces. Serif fonts are probably the most used class in printed materials, including most books, newspapers and magazines.

Taken from wikipedia, it looks like the most common font used in magazines books newspapers etc are Times Roman and Garamond, I hope this helps. Click here for whole article

answered Jun 27 '10 at 07:03

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I really like Garamond, now going to use that for all of my typing needs. Thank you.

(Jun 27 '10 at 09:30) EoinMuurphy EoinMuurphy's gravatar image

I think Candara because the numbers go up and down and it looked so much more professional for me as well.

answered Jun 27 '10 at 07:22

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Times new Roman is what i use when i need to type up important letters or CV's, Arial/Cambria is what i use for general typing. Hope it helps.

answered Jun 27 '10 at 08:58

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