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This information is quite interesting. However, when a large amount of text is presented in one page it would be nice not to have it all in sans-serif font, which is how it appears on my computer screen. I don't know whether it is the sender or the receiver who has control over the font and perhaps it appears on other computers as a serif font.
Whomever is responsible for this obviously is not aware that sans-serif is more difficult to read, especially when in large blocks. Times Roman is an example of a serif text that is much easier for humans to read. Thank you kindly for this opportunity to allow me to respond.