Times Newer Roman puts less text on more pages
Ever wanted to stretch out your essay or report so it fit on more pages? Times Newer Roman is a font that will help you do just that.
Any student knows the standard tricks for making an essay seem longer. Adjust the margins, stretch the Font | Advanced | Spacing, slightly larger line spacing, bigger gap between paragraphs, even two spaces between sentences helps a little.
But teachers know all those tricks as well so you need something more subtle.
Enter Times Newer Roman, a font that looks like Times New Roman (available on both Windows and Mac) but is 5-10% wider.
Even in this single line example, you can see that Times Newer Roman (the second, darker line) uses more space along the line.
Here’s a full page side-by-side comparison.
Times Newer Roman is based on Nimbus Roman No.9 which is a open source version of Times New Roman from the URW type foundry.
Download Times Newer Roman from https://timesnewerroman.com/ released under the GBU Public Licence. It’s available as an OpenType font compatible with modern Windows and Mac OS.
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