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Technology Tip #36: Default Font

If you have a favorite font, why not make it your default?
How to change your default font

How to change your default font

On your “teacher” machine or the one you use every day, you can change a setting in Word so that it always starts with the font you’d like.

  1. Start a new Word document.
  2. Click on Format >> Font.
  3. Select the font you’d like to use. For example, Verdana 11 point.
  4. In the lower left of your window, click on the Default button.
  5. You’ll get a message asking if you’d really like to change it.
  6. Click Yes.
  7. Now each new document will use your new font.
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