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I immediately thought, "IBM Selectric" when I looked at the paper you linked to. I did a little searching and found someone had scanned their IBM Selectric typeball fonts: [http://typebarhead.blogspot.com/2012/04/ibm-selectric-typeball-fonts.html][1] I'm pretty darn sure it's Letter Gothic 12. Look at the lowercase L and R for comparison. Looks the same ...


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Basicaly if you are not reselling or distributing the fonts themselves, you are fine. Fonts are treated as software. So the copyrighted thing is the font file. Not the font itself. You can't be sued for using some font, for creating poster (if you bought the font, seperately or with OS). You can be sued for sending the font file to someone else. The people ...



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