Here's the updated map. I've kept with Tahoma until I can decide on a better one. ArcView has loads of fonts but not that many good ones in my opinion........
Ps: What is wrong with Tahoma being used in U&lc? I've never heard of this before......
I agree with Jean-Louis. You've been very brave posting this and very open to all of our comments!
Taken from a knowledge base article titled "FAQ: What font formats does ArcMap support?":
"ArcMap 9.x recognizes and uses TrueType fonts(*.ttf), PostScript Type 1 fonts (*.pfm) and OpenType fonts (*.ttf, *.otf)."
So the fonts available are up to you, the user.
I think Dennis was saying spacing out the letters when the font is mixed case doesn't look good, not that you can't used mixed case with that font.