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નવેમ્બર 19, 2007

how to change-or-set default font in MS Word

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तुण्डे तुण्डे मतिर्भिन्ना । (tunde tunde martirbhinna ) : —
Every one has their own choice(/mind-set/opinion/thought process).

“Times New Roman” is the default font in Microsoft word.

everyone may not like that font and they want to use another font each time they open msword for creating a new document.

Being a Gujarati, and habituated typing in Gujarati using Vijaya-Kalapi-Gurjari font on a PC; I would like to set “Vijaya” Font in MS Word.

steps:

  1. Open Microsoft word
  2. Click Tools menu >> Fonts
    It will open below shown window:how to change default font in MS Word
  3. Select font of your choice from “Font:”
  4. Then click on Default button given at bottom left corner

save that document and close ms word.

Now whenever you open ms word; your favourite font will be set for typing.

If you type documents in Multiple languages in Unicode encoding then You might want to set “Arial Unicode MS” font as default.. it supports almost all languages of the world.
at the same time your system becomes slow as the Arial Unicode font is around 21MB in size.

Please feel free to comment.

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