Times Newer Roman, A Wider Version of the Font to Help Students Fulfill Page Requirements Faster

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The wonderfully creative interactive design shop mscf has made it easier for students to meet arbitrary page length requirements while still using a traditional neutral font like Times New Roman. This alternate version of the same font, aptly titled Times Newer Roman, is 5-10% wider, thereby taking up more space on the page.

Introducing Times Newer Roman, a font that kinda looks like Times New Roman, except each character is 5-10% wider. Fulfill lengthy page requirements with hacked margins, adjusted punctuation sizing, and now, Times Newer Roman!

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