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Easy access font to replace TERMINAL Font

Posted on 2004-09-14
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I Used the Font called TERMINAL in my manuals to
represent AS/400 screens Terminal is a fixed width font.
I need a fixed  width font that is easily accesible
so that my  paper procedures can look as much as possible
simmilar to terminal screens.
Any Ideas?
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How about "Lucida Console" ?

I used it on my web site to represent lines of VBA code
(to view: http://kellyjones.netfirms.com/visualbasic/search_in_folders.html )

For some reason I think Lucide Console looks better if you "shrink" it a few point sizes, like to 10 point instead of 12.  Of course maybe that's just me.

The only other common fixed-width font that comes to mind is "Courier."
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