The policy you use can make or interrupt your business letter. Choose a font that best matches the purpose and style of your message, and you have a document that is professional and easy to read. If a little time in choosing an already available one can make a difference, why not? Or find a professional for sale. You don`t need to make a new policy for each proposal. Three fonts stand out when you choose the font for a contractual house style: Helvetica, Times New Roman and Garamond. They are present on virtually all computers and are therefore displayed on every printer. With the introduction of Windows MS (especially version 3.0 or 3.11) into our lives, everyone is used to relying on the manufacturer`s printer drivers (you can count on HP Laserjet (or Deskjet) and each new computer program came with floppy disks filled with the drivers of printers currently available at the time. Manufacturers have forced us to use predefined fixed-size fonts. Many of you will remember the Courier police.

One of the fonts that was not available by default on each printer was Helvetica. «When Times New Roman appears in a book, document or advertisement, it highlights apathy. He said, «I have written the least resistance.» Times New Roman is not a choice of writing, but the absence of a choice of writing, as the darkness of deep space is not a color. Watching Times New Roman is looking into the void. Unless you know a lot about fonts, stay at the basics. If you don`t know a lot of fonts, the last thing you want to do is experiment with a funky style. There`s nothing more important to you as an amateur than using a font that you consider stylistic if you don`t know the fonts. It`s for the experts. If you need to select a policy, select a default policy. It`s amazing how many people are trying to make business presentations with an unorthodox «fancy» font. It does have the totally opposite effect and renders the proposal unpro occupational. If in doubt, always go with standard fonts.

Correction: ALWAYS opts for standard fonts. If the proposal is presented as a real document, i.e. printed and not as an electronic repository, the proposal should consist of a single serif handwriting, which is used consistently. I tend to stick to what works well. For me, it`s the New Roman Times. For titles, I usually go with a non-serif font like Verdana or Helvetica. In the rare occasion, if I need a headline that will stand out from the others, then Arial Black is the way to go. A font should also not take the focus of your content, so avoid fonts that are goofy or decorative. If a policy hijacks or undermines your message in any way, it needs to be changed.

Let`s take a look at an example of a document with non-professional fonts.