August 2014

– Barron K. Henley, Esq., Partner at Affinity Consulting Group

Many people are frustrated with the default formatting Word 2007/10/13 applies to new documents. If you have to change the typeface (Calibri), the size (11 pt) or the justification (left) for every new document, there’s an easy way to make those changes permanent so they will automatically be built into every future document you create. To make all of the following changes to Word’s default Font, Paragraph & Section formatting, just launch Word and open a blank document.

1. Change Your Default Font Formatting: If you don’t like Calibri 11 or Word’s other defaults related to Fonts, simply follow these steps to fix them:

A. Click the Launcher in the Font Group on the Home Ribbon. This will make the Font dialog appear.

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