questionsfont challenge: need a and e - same width; m and…

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Head here:
http://www.adobe.com/type/fontfinder/
Check "Sans Serif" and then type in AEMW into the input box and click "view". Not seeing one that fits both those criteria immediately, but the Cronos family seems worth a look. Possibly Futura.

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I have used this before and it works pretty good. Just upload a picture of your font and it will find it for you.

http://www.whatfontis.com/

May not be exactly what you're looking for, but it may be a start.

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I know that the Courier fonts are designed so each letter is the same width. It is the font I use when breaking up CSV data dumps in to columns in Excel.

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Try a font called "Chalet London 1970" -

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verve std. i also agree with futura, but you need to use capitals to have W/M mirrored

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A font thread with no mention of by ?!?

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@joemertens: Thanks. I do ONLY need them mirrored in capital.

Thank you guys!