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Chapter 4. Editing and Formatting Text > Using and Managing Fonts

Using and Managing Fonts

The first law of typography: Don't use more than three different fonts (typefaces) in any single document—one for the body text, one for headings, and at most one more for the masthead or main titles. Using those guidelines, you might settle on Garamond for body text, Arial for headings, and Verdana for the title page.

The second law of typography: Nobody follows the first law.


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