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What Type of Font Should I Use When Preparing Military Correspondence?

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AR 25-50 paragraph 17 states: Type fonts and sizes When creating official correspondence, use type fonts and sizes that make the correspondence easy to read and understand. The following guidelines will provide the best results: a. A font with a point size of 12 is recommended. b. Preferred type font is Arial. c. Unusual type styles, such as Script, will not be used in official correspondence.

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