September 25, 2019 2

How to set your default fonts – Word 2016 Tutorial [16/52]

How to set your default fonts – Word 2016 Tutorial [16/52]

Hi there, my name is Dan. This is a free clip from my larger
Microsoft Word training course. Check out the link in the
description, or go to… for more. Hi there, wonderful Word learners. In this tutorial we’re going to
look setting the default font… for your body copy whenever
you open up a new document. By default it’s Calibri, the
size is either 11 or 12… depending on what version you have, so
we’re going to go and reset that now. We’re going to select some text. In the previous tutorial we’ve set
it to Arial, as our corporate font… and we set the size as 10 point… but we want that to be true
of every new document… because now, if I open a document,
it’s set to Calibri, and 11. So I’m going to close it down. So, to do it, be on your ‘Home’ tab. And along here where all
these fonts are grouped. Can you see, there’s this
‘Font’ option here? And at the bottom there is
this little fly out menu. Click on that, and it gives me some
options, so I can go through in here– it’s picking up what I had selected… but you could go and manually
adjust it in here now. Once you’ve picked it, it’s
exactly as I want it to be. Can you see, it says
‘Save As Default’. Click ‘Save As Default’. ‘This document only?’, we’ll save
it as default obviously, just here. we want this for all
documents ever made. so if I go and change this
now, and I click ‘OK’… it’s going to go– I don’t want to change it. Why? Because, as a trainer I
need everything to be default… but if you click ‘OK’, trust me… it will change the default
when you make a new document… and you start pasting in text,
and it will be Arial, and 10 point. That’s how to change
the default font size… and font style in Microsoft Word. How did you find that video? Was it good, was it bad? If you liked it, go check
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2 Replies to “How to set your default fonts – Word 2016 Tutorial [16/52]”

  • Bring Your Own Laptop says:

    Hi everyone, the full course is here:

  • John Wroughton says:

    Font Collections and how to make new collections and edit the collections is a very useful tool too. Often, especially if you are into artistic work within Word, you will want to have easy access to various fonts and not just one 'default font'. Thanks.

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