First, remember that the Gimp does images, not text.  So your 
fonts are being rendered as images, not as vector text.  You 
didn't say what form of Gimp output you are using:  are you 
saving the images as GIFs or jpegs?  If GIFs, then you lose some 
quality when you convert to indexed - you may lose some of the 
Gimp's anti-aliasing along the edges.  This is inherent in 
converting to indexed formats in general.

Perhaps if you could be more specific about the problems your 
wife is encountering, we could be more helpful.

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