(x) Need your help to recognize this policy / sans figures - MS Sans Serif {Lex}

clad83's picture

Hello,

I need your help to recognize this policy. I want to know it so as to build a software using this kind of policy. One of colleague told me to use this one, but I don't have any idea about its name.

Please, help me.
Thank you very much,

Kind regards.

JULIEN H.

PS : I only own some figures, no letters...

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Nick Cooke's picture

That's ridiculous. Can't you put them all together, and bigger?

Florian Hardwig's picture

One of colleague told me to use this one, but I don't have any idea about its name.

Can’t you ask your colleague? As these are just figures from a generic looking sans, without anti-aliasing on top of that, I doubt you will get a useful answer here.

I’ll move this thread to the appropriate place, the Type ID Board.

riccard0's picture

Nobody will ever be fired for using Helvetica Bold.

Lex Kominek's picture

I recognize this from my hours drawing in MS Paint as a kid. It's MS Sans Serif.

- Lex

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