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Word 2010 default font is Calibri, which is still not that much popular among users, but Word 2010 is flexible enough to let users change the default font settings. To change default font setting, launch Word 2010, navigate to Home tab and from Font group, click small button at the right-bottom of group area. A dialog will appear, now enable All documents based on Normal.dotm template option and click OK. You can also check out previously reviewed guides on how to fill Word 2010 document with Auto-fill & How to change font color to Gradient fill. After you save it then browse to the templates folder again and re name the file Normal.dotm. Thank you, thank you!  This has been driving me crazy, and I think you finally just found the cure the rotten program designers couldn’t. It’s interesting, when I tried it first, I made the changes, told the Word to make it default for all documents and then I closed the file without saving it. The real challenge was setting each of the heading formats (ie Heading 1, Heading 2, etc) as I needed to use outline numbering.
I then saved my template and now have a default template (effectively replacing the normal.dot which I can not find or update or modify). It is a bit cumbersome to always have to seek out your own created template to be able to effectively use Word, but it’s far less frustrating. I think that may be what is happening to those who are finding this doesn’t work for them. I have the same problem-whatever I set as default font reverts to Calibri when I open a new Word 2010 doc.
You can hit Ctrl-Shift-S and it brings up a diaglog where you can modify the Normal style as well, but it takes you to the same dialog as the method I explained above. I’ve managed to change my default font back to Times New Roman, however the kerning (spacing between words) is still messd up. So glad I came here!  I don’t get why they would default calibri, stupid when that is the least pleasing font for any type of document!  Thanks for the resolution. Jerry, I got your latest comment concerning signing on as Administrator via email, although it doesn’t appear here. On a different topic, I noticed last night that Outlook 2010 has no button to print an email. You are right, Word 2010 in Win7 does not give you the option to run as admin, sorry about that. Did you try the way I did it?  Try hitting Control-Shift-S with a new document open and you’ll get a small window with the Normal style defaulted in the dropdown textbox.
Say you type a paragraph, then choose insert and pick a graphic from your PC to put in the document and size it by dragging the corner up to the left like normal, if it’s not already the size you want. My 2010 word program will not let me change out of the ugly Calibri font.  Microshaft is not playing fairly.
I have a similar problem with the default shapes which always revert to blue with a blue border, despite changing colour and using the set as default shape, it won’t hold the colour and the next shape created is blue! Ensure you save with the same name so that every new blank document will reflect the changes to Normal.dotm. Changing font settings and adding image background in Outlook 2010 is a piece of cake, as you can change it from the font setting present in mail compose window. It will bring up Outlook Options dialog, from left sidebar select Mail and from main dialog window, click Stationary and Fonts.
It will open up Signatures and Stationary dialog, switch to Personal Stationary tab to change default font settings for; New mail messages, Replying or forwarding messages, and Composing and reading plain text message. For changing default font size, color and family, under New mail message section, click Font.
You will reach Font main dialog, start changing basic font settings; from Font select the font family, under Font style, choose desired style and from Size change the size of font. Apart from the basic settings, you can also set some extra font settings such as; Font color, Underline Style and Color. Repeat the same procedure for changing font settings for forwarding messages, by clicking Font button, under Replying or forwarding messages section.


Now on opening Mail Compose window, you will see changed default settings, i.e, font family, size, and color.
You can also check out previously reviewed guides on How to Read all Outlook 2010 emails in Plain Text & How to make Outlook read emails for you. Should I wish to change the background colour, but still use the same theme and save it for future use. NO, this is not what I need, I need to know how to change my inbox look….all the emails in my inbox are different colors, how is that categorized and how can I make them all the same? I get a lot of plain text email that was difficult to read after converting to Outlook2010. Note:  * You WILL need to re-boot for changes to appear, but after that, they should be set permanently (unless you go in and repeat the process!)  Good luck! As a student,i didnt know more concerning the fashion dress,but by some dress,i knew the Karen Millen Dress. Well done!  I am not a computer person, but I have to be one for my job.  These instructions were perfect! I got everything figured out except how to increase the font size for the FROM, TO, CC and SUBJECT LINES. I notice that, with the cursor in the body of a message, the font in the toolbar is my new font (and the drop-down is active, so I could change it), but that with the cursor in any of the above-named fields, the font box in the toolbar is blank and the drip-down is NOT active. I understand how to change font styles, etc., but my problem is that when I forward or reply to an email there is one line in the original message, usually in the signature, that explodes to 140pt. I followed all the instructions on how to change Font and it will not change – My font is so small no one can read it .
For no apparent reason when I reply to an email show on the screen in minute fonts event though they are set a 12. At the moment I am having to enlarge the font to 72 to write the reply then reduce it before sending its a real drag!!
Good day my boss is having a problem, when he receives emails from certain people the body is empty, I went to all sites on google stating we must change the font to plain text on the incoming messages. I have created a table with contact information to be answered via reply email… to send out to our customers. AddictiveTips is a tech blog focused on helping users find simple solutions to their everyday problems. The default font size for messages and texts on the iPhone is fairly small, and while it may look fine to many users, it’s simply too tiny to be easily readable for others. The preview text alongside each option gives you a general idea of how things will look, but it’s really best to make a settings adjustment, then flip over to the Messages app and see how things look directly. With both iOS 6 and iOS 7, increasing the font size setting here expands beyond Messages content, and it also boosts the text size in Mail app for email body and subjects, Calendars, Contacts, and Notes too.
I have fairly decent eyesight and I find myself most comfortable with the 20pt font size setting on the iPhone, and for older folks and those with visual difficulties, I always opt for 24pt, 30pt, or higher. By the way, if you also use Messages on the Mac too, you may wish to boost the text size there as well so that all messages are more legible, regardless of the platform you are reading them on. Thanks for the clear & (hopefully) helpful suggestions for enlarging the text size w\ o blowing the whole pg up off the screen!
In this post we will be guiding you through step-by-step procedure of changing default font settings and styles. From Font select the font, under Font style select desired style and from Size change size for default font. No matter how many times I choose my settings and set them as default, the settings have changed back when I re-open Word. Open Word, then change the Font settings by clicking on the Font Dialog icon (lower right corner of the Font box) or by doing a Ctrl-D on your keyboard.
I think microsoft might have fiddled with it in since 2010, though, as I had to name my template just Normal in order for it to work.
Best way to change it is to open a new document, change the font & point size to what you want (say Arial 10pt). All new documents have my new normal settings.  Ctrl-Shft_S brings up a box with a modify choice that then brings up the same dialog as right clicking the normal style and choosing modify.


I can create a Word document, add graphics, choose the text wrap, graphics effects and on and on in like 5 seconds. Then to the right of Position is Wrap Text, click on the down arrow below it and you have all the choices for wrapping your paragraph around your pic.  As you move the mouse down over these choices they change to show you, again, in real time what it looks like.
I print black and white so the shapes have to be black and white, why does Microsoft default to blue and how can I change the default? But wouldn’t it be more convenient if you can change default font styles; font family,size color, etc? Click Theme to open up Theme or Stationary dialog, under Choose a Theme list, select the theme for email message.
Some are blue, some are black, some fonts and sizes are even different, Whats up with that and how can it be changed? And frequently introduce this dress to my mother and my aunt.Additionally they vey like it. I have looked up on your site and my file is different fron yours and so I can not follow it.
Everything but my personal stationery has my font and style, but I have to manually do it everytime I do a new email, but responding to someone’s email my font is fine. I want all of Outlook to be bigger font so I can read it without my contacts, but don’t want to have to change resolution on my monitor. I’d already done this when in a new email but I did it again in Outlook itself because every time I turn my computer off at night it reverts back to some default setting which I now have to change every day. We review the best desktop, mobile and web apps and services out there, in addition to useful tips and guides for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS and Windows Phone. The result is a much more readable experience in places where it matters most, and if you ever find yourself squinting to read the small on screen words, just take a moment to increase the sizes here, it can make a big difference in usability. Subscribe to the OSXDaily newsletter to get more of our great Apple tips, tricks, and important news delivered to your inbox!
From here you can set Text Fill, Text Outline and Outline Style, and apply different Shadow, Reflection styles etc. Under Character Spacing, change default settings for character spacing and from OpenType Features, you can change different settings for; Ligatures, Number spacing, Number forms, Stylistic sets. The reason is that the default style is Body, which is Calibri, and there is no option in Word 2010 to change this style. Start a new document in the Normal template, make the changes you want – font, size, paragraph and line spacing. Karen Millen dress is devoted to shaping the women’s physical beauty lines have demonstrated a feeling of femininity silhouette.
Then whenever I want to use Word, I double click the template file and I have a new blank document based on that templates styles.
I dread the thought of updating all the computers in the office, and then having to go around and reset the default in the convoluted manner mentioned by Don. Apart from changing font settings, you can also apply default theme from the list of Outlook intrinsic themes. I need to do before install, becouse i have an unnatended installation and I don?t know which user is logon, so I can?t modify normal.dotm. Don, in a previous post, mentioned a convoluted method of creating a new dotm file, then basically deleting the default Normal and putting in the new one. After downloading the font a homescreen icon will be created which can be used to change and add fonts on your iPhone and iPod Touch . An icon will be created which gives access to the latest fonts available on the developer’s website . It opened in my preferred settings, except the font was 10 point–so I re-set to 12 pt as default.
There is a huge collection of online fonts that can be downloaded through this web app based application .For more jailbreak apps and tweaks check out our iPhone Jailbreak Apps section .



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