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Since the client likes the verbiage font, I would find another font that is close, uses the fractions, and just use that font for the fractions. They become so small, it's sometimes really hard to tell what font it is, if it's a close match.

Best,
Linda
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On Oct 9, 2013, at 9:19 PM, Deborah Shaw wrote:

> Gail:
> 
> If you have a lot of fractions, frankly, I'd change typefaces to something that has an accessible, full set, including an expert set.
> 
> Bummer. Good luck,
> 
> Deb
> 


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