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Fonts are used in two basic ways:

Body text is the small text in your document-the "body" of your document. For printed documents this means a font size usually between 9 and 12 point. For digital documents viewed on-screen, it can mean a font size of 12 and 14 point.

Display text is the larger text in your document. For printed documents this means fonts larger than 18 point.

Remember, some faces work as both body and display faces. But if a face is only on the Display list, don't use it in small sizes or it will probably be unreadable.

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