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How to Choose the Best Typefaces for Your Presentations

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When used in the right place at the right time, text can be a powerful visual element. And so it’s important that you spend some time in choosing the best typefaces for your presentation text. …

When used in the right place at the right time, text can be a powerful visual element. And so it’s important that you spend some time in choosing the best typefaces for your presentation text.

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  • 1. Text is a powerful visual element when used well. Spend time choosing an appropriate typeface for your presentations. Different fonts convey different meanings. These are great options that make for easy reading. These types are also suitable, especially when you’re looking for something out of the ordinary. Rounder fonts are better for the more informal topics. Flowing and curvaceous typefaces lend a smooth, easy feeling. Angular and hard-edged typefaces make for a much harder, definitive feeling. Typefaces with thicker lines are usually associated with heavier subjects. Typefaces with acute angles are more exotic. Avoid over-drawn, fancy fonts full of arabesques these can be really hard to read. http://soappresentations.com http://soappresentations.com/free-downloads/

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