How to Change the default Font, Font size, Color in Microsoft Word.
Microsoft Word by default sets “Calibri” as the default font in Word (word 2003,2007) and “Times New Romans” in word XP. Most users simply uses the default font set but there are times or may be for a change you may like to change the default font,font size and color for your new document. So instead of changing the font manually every time you start a new document in word, you can set your favorite default font in word, just follow this simple steps to set up Word to use the Font of your choice in all your document.
Step 1: Open MS Word application. On the ribbon menu under the FONT tab click on the small arrow as shown below.
Step 2: Once you click that you will get the following options window.
Step 3: Here you will get all the options, to change according to your choice. You can set the default font (I have chosen Verdana, which I like), Font size, Font style, color of the font etc. You can even set character spacing under the “Character spacing” Tab. Once you are satisfied , just click on the “Default” tab and Word will show this warning sign.
Step 4: Just click on “Yes” and you are done. From now on whenever you open any new document in Word all will have the default font, size, type etc. set by you.
You can change the default font in the future in the same way, if you need to.
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Posted By: Ben Jamir