Tech Tip: How to change the default font in Microsoft Word

Tech Tip: How to change the default font in Microsoft Word via PCWorld

If you don’t like the font Word automatically defaults to when you open a new document, there’s an easy way to change it so that every new document you start has the font setting you want.

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First, create a new document based on the Normal template, which Word automatically defaults to every time you launch the program or create a new document.

Then, go to the Home tab. In the Styles section, right-click the Normal box (Control-click on a Mac) and select “Modify.” This will open up the Modify Style dialog box. Once there, choose your preferred font and size.

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