Cambria is often a transitional serif typeface commissioned by Microsoft and distributed with Windows and Office. It was developed by Dutch typeface designer Jelle Bosma in 2004, with enter from Steve Matteson and Robin Nicholas. It’s intended to be a serif font that’s acceptable for human body text, that is very readable printed smaller or displayed on a low-resolution display screen and it has even spacing and proportions.
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