For narration we always use readable handwritten fonts just like the original.
Here are 2 examples of how you should edit narration text.
Here's an example of how I don't want narration to be edited.
I'm not really fond of text effects for narration, so don't warp the text like above.
Rotation only is enough. Unless you really, really, really, really insist on it. But then again, I'll still give you a
hard time. *laugh*
This is an example of how the above should look like:
Here are some examples of different narration fonts.
In most cases of narration, it would be wise to change the *leading as well. Like we did in the first 2 examples.
* = it means the space between each line.
To do this, let's take a look at your 'Character Panel.'
85% of all the chapters I've edited, the leading had the same value as the size of the text.
Only change the leading if you think it's necessary and would look better.
If you decided to change it use the same settings next time too.