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week 3 day 5 - on very important issues the font would be...

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Six Enhancements: 1. Considering that the audience will be high school seniors, I would want to use colorful paper to kind of attract their attention. 2. I want the writing to be legible, also bold so that it catches the eye. 3. I like the idea of using window holes in the papers so that you can see through to the next one. 4. I would want to use more extravagant fonts on lesser important parts, but
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Unformatted text preview: on very important issues the font would be more conventional. 5. Make the papers smaller so that it will be easier to hand out to a whole auditorium. 6. Make the papers turn like a traditional manor, so it easier to understand and less complicated....
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