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Point size--For body text in printed documents the optimal point size is between 10 and 12 point.
The number of diamonds in each size category is indicated as well, which makes clear the paucity of stones on the low side of focal point sizes.
A point size that is too large is as hard on the eye as one that's too small.
Banner achieves a remarkable range of forms by expanding full stops in different fonts to 1800 point size and then projecting them into three-dimensional objects: cubes, spheres, ellipsoids, and other less orthodox shapes of quite varying sizes.
In the 1960's, for the tissue industry, IR developed the double wall angle pin configuration as typified in its "Strong Points" designs, which is commonly used nowadays in thermal bonding to minimize bonding point size change caused by regrinding.
Set in a rather large point size "because it is meant to be read slowly," the actual text of the essay is on the right (odd-numbered) pages, whereas the left (even) is a sumptuous collection of quotes and sampled visual literature.
Tenders are invited for Screw Driver Phillips Type - 2, Point Size - 2, Overall Length - 8.
We increased the point size on many of the smaller elements, such as sidebars and captions.
Laurence King book designer Mark Vernon Jones plainly has acute vision because he has decided on a light, condensed, sans serif face which, in the tiny point size he uses, is a real strain to read.
Further, superscripts and subscripts in the footnotes often do not appear in reduced point size and are al times inverted (p.
If the point size of copy has enlarged over the years, this change should have been factored in, especially considering the exactitude with which stow lengths were cited in the charts.
The students made several proofs to establish the proper font (type style), point size (type size) and leading (space between lines of type), as well as text orientation.