Unformatted text preview: A serif typeface contains a thin line at the top and bottom of characters, while the sans serif typeface does not contain thin lines on characters. It’s better to use serifs when you want your eye to connect one letter with the next and generally is used with large amount of texts. The sans serif typeface is more effective with smaller amounts of text such as titles, headlines, corporate logos, and web pages. 5. In section level you can change margins, orientation from portrait to landscape, change page numbering, and change number of columns in a newsletter. In paragraph level you can do indents, spacing, alignments, indentation, and line and page breaks. 6. The format painter copies the formatting of text from one location to another. If it didn’t exist, we would have to go in at each place we wanted to make the same change and do it manually over and over again....
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- Spring '09
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