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If you’ve ever had to read a hard copy with revision marks, you know it’s difficult to read redlined text. Not only that, but some printers don’t do such a great job printing redline. So, what can you do?

WordPerfect’s Font Map feature gives you the flexibility of changing a font attribute (in this case, redline) to another font, font size, or font style. You can have the redline text appear in another font, so the redline text stands apart from the rest of the text. It’s a good idea to pick a font that is stylistically different so it’s easy to differentiate between the regular text and the redlined text. For example, if you use a serif font, such as Times New Roman, for the body text, choose a sans-serif font, such as Arial, for the redlined text.


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