It matters. You want to use curly. Straight quotes are a vestige of the typewriter world.
There's actually a more loaded answer than it should be.Sarah Aubrey said:What are you using as a Word Processor? This should not be difficult and I've never had something like that happen.
I was and I did. Trust me, it's easier now.Stephanie Tsikrikas said:Why couldn't I have been born a couple of decades earlier and just tapped away on an IBM Selectric?
I don't know about most people, but from the typographer's perspective, which is one of obsessive and anal attention to details (to a point that is probably rather unhealthy in the normal world), it's hard to unsee them, you're right.MyraScott said:Do you guys actually notice the type used for quotation marks when you are reading? I am amazed. I guess once you see things, you cannot unsee them...