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although I have a great passion for typography, and have read many books (including elements of typographic style of course) I am not a professional.
I work in the public sector. Everyone uses Times New Roman + Windows. I am trying to change that. A recent official report was produced on my Powerbook using Baskerville and Word 2004.
But I would like a more coherent approach, so the question is: which font should I try to introduce - at least in my office (15 people) - that will work smoothly on Windows 2000/XP and that is good for short memos (2-5 pages), letters, papers (10+ pages)? the version of Baskerville I used does not work on Win (besides the licensing problem).
Do you have any advice on the format of the documents?
Thanks and best regards