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  • 1. Lettering
  • 2. What is the standard height for lettering?
  • 3. What is the standard height for lettering? 1/8”
  • 4. Capital or Lowercase letters?
  • 5. Capital or Lowercase letters? Capital letters should be used in almost all cases.
  • 6. What are three important points to remember about lettering?
  • 7. What are three important points to remember about lettering?Keep it neatWrite in all capital lettersUse guidelines for equal height, but not equal spacingbetween letters.
  • 8. Should fractions lines be angled?
  • 9. Should fractions lines be angled? No

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