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Some where (I can't find it right now), I read that 72 characters per line was best for reading comprehension. When there was less than this the end of line moving your eye to the begging of the next line slowed you down, and when there was more than this following lines become more difficult, because you have to move your head which makes eye tracking more ...


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The Studies reveal that personal choice is defined by each person and varies considerably. 72 characters is the old schools typewriter format. According to Wikipedia this is often maintained out of tradition. The Effects of Line Length on Reading Online News(Wichita State University, 2005) Summary: This study examined the effects of line length on ...


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As I mentioned in your other question, Some where (I can't find it right now), I read that 72 characters per line was best for reading comprehension. When there was less than this the end of line moving your eye to the begging of the next line slowed you down, and when there was more than this following lines become more difficult, because you have to move ...


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