Hello, While everyone is on the subject of font usage and availability, I thought I would add some text about my experiences with having a corporate font style.
The new Microsoft fonts [Calibri, Candara, Consolas, Cambria, Constantia, and Corbel] are available in Office 2007 installations, but is also available with Microsoft's "office compatibility pack". Alternatively, the files can be extracted from the PowerPoint 2007 view package and installed manually [without needing to install PowerPoint] While the new Office fonts look good, we have to support customers in non-English locales which necessitates using fonts that can support native language character sets, such as Greek, Eastern European, etc. As a result, we typically use Arial which can support most of the characters we require. We would use Arial Unicode MS, as it supports a greater range of characters, but the implementation is rather limited. It's rather disappointing that there is no single Unicode font that can support *all* locales. So, if you have other languages to consider, you may be limited with your choices of fonts. Regards // Simon BUCH -- eAIP consultant at Managed-AIS