Best match is Bay_Animation's Indy 17 Wide Normal. Bay Animation is no more but like a phenix is now known as Arts & Letters. Indy 17 is made after the Industrial.
That is vLetter's Hadley. Cloned by Weatherly Systems Inc (RIP) and renamed to Bettys Hand, which in it's turn was copied by LysMedia and renamed LEHN030.
It is all in the 'r'
Sorry, I formulated it the wrong way. I should have said why is it stinks like Futura. Or rather, why is it that americans don't give a shit about others intellectual property but oh, oh oh, when it affects their business. Remember how Bitstream started?
With Word it is easy, it is all in the menu. But, why with Excel? Doesn't add anything to the functionality of a spreadsheet.
Nice. Though no alt Q
Dean01 beats Superman. From the UK to Mexico in three hours and thirty four minutes. But why ask for the same font twice?
The M, a and e suggest this is a Garamond but I don't think this specific cut has made it to the digital world.
You are doing nothing wrong. This line spacing is inherent to the font to avoid vertical overlap of certain characters like for example the 'y' and the 'Yacute'.
The workaround is to set the line spacing to a negative value in the application you are using. -0.6 or -0.7 will do with this font. To improve readability you could set the letter spacing to a positive value. Experiment a bit and you'll find a solution.
This is typically one for jerseygirl or fonatica as I am pretty sure it is a font. Probably to be found on creativemarket.com.
Then say what you want and do not use unclear abbreviations.
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A masterpiece of understatement
I see at least 5 different ones. Do you have a fraction of an idea what you want?
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