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What are the best fonts to use for a presentation?

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What are the best fonts to use for a presentation?

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The fonts from this resource https://www.templatemonster.com/fonts.php are well worth being considered to be used for presentations. Also remember that the colour of the fonts also matter.

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The fonts from this resource https://www.templatemonster.com/fonts.php are well worth being considered to be used for presentations. Also remember that the colour of the fonts also matter…

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For a presentation it is best to use a “Sans Serif” font. The best presentation fonts are Arial, Tahoma and Verdana. Of these Verdana can be used as a headline font. You can use fancier “sans serif” fonts like Univers and Trebuchet but these have a problem that are not commonly available in most people’s machines. As a result if you use a font like Univers and email it to someone else power point uses it’s deafult font and commonly will also use the default formatting. This can make the text quite a mess. You can also email the fonts, but most people have no idea of how these need to be installed. These fancy fonts look very nice, but if you need to distribute your presentation – either by email or for the conference organisers to print out – you will would probaly be advised to stick with Arial, Tahoma or Verdana. Times New Roman is not suitable as it is a Serif Font. Lots of people misuse it in presentations because they have used it in word documents where it is used to make lots of

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