Legibility of Print
Methodology and definitions; Legibility of letters and digits; Kinds of type; Size of type; Width of line; Leading and relationship of leading, type size, and line width; Spatial arrangements of the printed page; Color of print and background; Printing surfaces; Cumulative effect of combining nonoptimal typographical arrangements; Newspaper typography; Formulas and mathematical tables; Special printing situations; Illumination for reading; The hygienic reading situation.
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Methodology and Definitions
Legibility of Letters and Digits
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