2 matchesI have gotten very much used to the Calibri font. I like its smooth lines, but I also want a serif font (for the occasional distinction between “1” and “I,” etc.). Is there a serif take-off from Calibri, or at least, a serif font that looks much like Calibri?
I want reverse italics (you know how when you do italics it adjust the weighting to the right, well I want to adjust it to the left) for Calibri.
Thanks in advance,
PS: I'm using Office 2007 SP1
1 matchesThought it was Calibri but it's not.
Kind of close to Berliner Grotesk but it's not.
Also tried NeuNeuland, no go
Not Goudy Sans either
I'm stumped and need it for a project.
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1 matchesI have a document that was originally a Word document, converted to PDF. Opens fine in Acrobat Reader but when I open it in AI, it says I don't have the Calibri font which I do. Font opens as a bunch of question marks where letters should be. Any suggestions?
? This might be a little different to what is usually asked, but I am not looking for any fancy designer font.
I would like to have a font that is different to Arial, Helvetica or other standard fonts installed on most systems. It should be looking different, but at the same time be good to use in longer texts. I am not talking about a book, but about bullet points and shorter texts on Power Point slides. I would like to have a standard font for our presentations, that is somehow recongnizeable, but also very readable. I have seen Ropa Sans (http://www.google.com/webfonts/specimen/Ropa+Sans) which I like, but it has some trouble with special characters that I would use quite a lot, like "ç", "ó", "ã", "õ", etc.
Please, I don't want to start a flame war. But it would great if everyone could mention one or two fonts that the like to use in longer texts (not just headings). At the moment I use Calibri, but it is quite common today.
Thank you in advance!