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Two marks which we used in adding punctuation are the exclamation point and the question mark. Now I don't know what hand you're writing in, so I'm going to assume an italic...

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So now that you know the punctuation marks, let's take a look at how they fit in with the letters. And because they are small, often very small, sort of tiny marks, we're going to be...
Now we're going to look at the space that occurs between letters; and I'm sorry to say, I don't have a formula for you for how they fit together, because letters are all...

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Now if we're planning the interval between lines, it's important to think of the space that each line takes up. And we express that with a four line grid. So this four line grid here,...

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One way to accommodate letters that almost have a tendency to overlap, is to go ahead and overlap those letters and connect them. And we call those connections ligatures. And in the days of type...