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Setting The Default Font in Word 2010

Posted By April On February 1, 2012 @ 9:31 PM In MS Office Help,MS Word | Comments Disabled

Colane from Sioux City, IA writes:

…and how do you change the default font in Word 2010?

With the change from the menu system to Microsoft’s Ribbon many things seem “lost” to a lot of users. One of those things that many can’t find is how to set the default font in Word 2007 & 2010.

The problem isn’t that it’s difficult – in fact it’s no different than it was before – you just have to get to the Font dialog box in a new way.

Here’s what we seek:

word_font_dialog

Here’s how we’ll get there:

word_fontgrp_dialoglauncher

Click the Launch Dialog button in the bottom right corner of the Font group on the Home tab of the Ribbon… or… use Ctrl + D.

Once the Font dialog box is open make the changes you want applied to the font that will be the default for all new documents.

Now simply click the Default button in the bottom left corner.

Voila!

Default font set just as you like it.

~ April


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