Want to know what PPT fonts would give your presentation a professional look and feel? Here are some tips.
Fonts can be divided into the following three categories: serif, sans serif and script. Serif fonts are those in which the characters have “feet” and “tails” – Times New Roman is a serif font. Sans serif fonts are stark, plain and without any element of decoration – Arial is a sans serif font.
There’s no fixed rule on when to use which type of font, but it is generally agreed that serif fonts would be better used in paragraphs and denser texts as the character designs aid readability. Sans serif fonts, with their stark shapes make headings and single line text stand out on the slide.
Never use script fonts such as Brush Script as these tend to be very difficult to read on computer monitors or even projected slides.
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