Looking for good serial number font

Ryan Maelhorn's picture

At work, finally learning how to do print merges, so I can do 8 up sequentially numbered raffle tickets and etc.
Having a bit of trouble picking which font I should use for this. It needs to be official looking and yet somehow hand stamped. Something exceptionally clear, in a weight somewhere in between narrow and medium.

oldnick's picture

Listen to Kent: that IS the right tool for the job.

As is Print Merging: an excellent thing to know how to do when certain kinds of jobs need to be done. Once you get clued into how it works, you can find a lot of other uses for it. And, if you are the go-to guy for it—as I was in my last job—you become a valuable member of the team. Which means your job is a bit more secure that it might otherwise be. Which, given the still alarmingly high unemployment rate, is encouraging.

Study it well, Grasshopper.

Ryan Maelhorn's picture

just forgot to say that this worked great. Thanks!

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