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I know these questions come up all the time, but im really stuck -

Ive tried all variations of "Helvetica" as I thought it looked most similiar, in addition to all standard MS Word Fonts (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_typefaces_included_with_Microsoft_Windows).

The font looks the most like "Frutiger" however, Frutiger does not have a two-storey/hour-glass lower case "g". Are there any other fonts I could look into?

Any help would be appreciated. Ive tried online font discovery programs with no luck.

Font sample 1 Font sample 2 Font sample 3

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According to WhatTheFont!, it's Linotype News Gothic No. 2

Yours:

yours

Linotype

lino

In the future, check that site out. You upload a sample image and it IDs the font for you.

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