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Tip of the Day: San serif is without feet.

Serif and sans serif fonts are two different groups of font styles. Serif fonts have the little lines that extend out from either the top or bottom of characters. San serif fonts don’t. Most web-based editor programs use sans serif fonts. For those of you who don’t know, Times New Roman is a serif font, whereas Arial is a sans serif font. (Wow… How many times can someone use the word serif in one paragraph?)

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