Choosing Font Styles And Size Of Print Fonts

On slides the simpler fonts, such as 'Arial', are easier to read on a screen than more traditional fonts with serifs, such as 'Times New Roman'. Generally using bold throughout is easiest to read, especially if you have both a large screen and a large audience. At any rate avoid using a variety of serif and non-serif fonts on the same slide in order to avoid distracting the eyes of the audience in ways that hinder their reading and understanding of the slide. Lower-case letters are easier to read than all capitals.

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