[thelist] Structure of legal documents

Julian Rickards julian.rickards at gmail.com
Thu Feb 14 19:24:07 CST 2008

I had considered PDF but unfortunately, the original documents are not
available in Word. I am not the person who manages the policies, just
the person asked to rework the structure (and design which will be
coming in a couple of months) of the web pages. It is my understanding
that the person who manages the policies receives the policy updates
piece meal via email or paper notifications.

Font size is not an issue, neither is font face but layout is a bit of
an issue in that it is preferred that the layout come close to the



On 14/02/2008, Stephen Rider <evolt_org at striderweb.com> wrote:
> Of course if something _must_ look a certain way in print, you can
>  always use a PDF. For direct HTML browser viewing, you can only
>  control the appearance so much (as I think you know).  The header-
>  beside-the-content format isn't too hard in CSS, but if you're
>  looking for precise fonts or sizes, just use a PDF.
>  Stephen

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