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ClearType

A font rendering technology in Windows XP that smooths the edges of diagonal lines and makes text more readable. To turn ClearType on, select Effects in the Appearance tab in the Display control panel, and switch from Standard to ClearType. For more information, visit www.microsoft.com/typography/WhatIsClearType.mspx.


Standard vs. ClearType
Note the smoother appearance in the ClearType example on the bottom.
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A subtype of the clear type, characterized by fibrous bands between the tumor and marrow, was found in 13 cases (12.
3mm CSPs referenced earlier and the 150[micro]m deposits required, it becomes clear Type 4 paste is likely to be problematic, and even Type 4.
While the Teddy may be rather out of place in the jungle, there are lots of other appropriate hidden bush creatures to find amongst the soft greenery and the amusing, repetitive rhyming text in large, clear type is enlivened and strengthened with some unexpectedly interesting words.
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It also features a Clear Type display with an aspect ratio of 16:9 and a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080.
It symbolizes not only the struggle between Riyadh and Damascus after the collapse of the reconciliation, but also the collapse of the partnership, with the fall of the national unity Cabinet headed by Hariri, and also means that there is preparation underway for a clear type of unilateralism in the make-up of the Lebanese domestic scene, irrespective of the cover that is provided.
The text is printed in large clear type and directions are simple and direct.
The book is handsomely produced with clear type, ample gutter and margins and a sewn binding.
The E Ink[R] screen is a high-resolution system that displays very clear type in all three font sizes on the Reader.
Clear type was found also in both periods, but typically in May and June (11%).
The book is set in large, clear type which makes it an easy read, and the format of chapter headings could be set in smaller type without detracting from its legibility.