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Published by: Angela on Sep 15, 2009
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Tech Tip of the Week (2)
From: Angela McCord
This week’s theme: Microsoft Word
Microsoft Word
A. Changing the “Default Font”. Do you liketo use a different font other than the default(Times New Roman) when typing in Word?
There is an easy way to set your own default font, size and formatso you don't have to change it every time you put together adocument. The steps are simple – 
1. Open Word2. Click on Format on the top left tool bar.3. Then select Font.4. This will open the Font window.5. In this window select the font, style, and size.6. Once everything is selected the way you want your default font to appear, click the Default button in the lower left hand corner of the window.Now every time you open Word and start to type, your own default text appears.Give it a try - it's easy and a time saver in the long run!
Citation for the above tips:www.center.k12.mo.us/edtech/help/index.htm-
Colleen McLain
The Center School District, MO
Tip sheet created by Cathy Lacey, In-tech Specialist; Modified by Angela McCord, Instructional Coach

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