Fonts are used in word to display contents of your documents. In order to change MS word’s default font to your preference, you have to set that settings in place and then select the option to make it as default. After setting the font style as a default one, it will be applicable to every new document that is opened up in your system. You will not be required to change the font settings again and again to your preferred one. Follow our following instruction to set your default font in MS word 2010;
- In our MS Word 2010, the font settings are set to Times New Roman and default size is 11. Now we want to change it to Calibri and size to 12.
- In order to change the default settings, click on the dialog box launcher that is on the corner of your font tab.
- Now the font dialogue box will be opened up. To set your default things you can make changes to it and set it as a default one. To make changes to our default settings we will do following.
- First the font will be changed from “Times New Roman” to “Calibri”, then style will be set to regular and size from 10 to 12. After making changes you can see the default font settings on the preview option of the same screen
- To set those settings as default click on the “default” tab on the bottom left hand corner of the same screen. A message box will be popped up asking you for confirmation to make changes. Click on Yes.
- Now your fonts are set to default as per your preference.
You can also change other settings like default underlines or small cap or all caps in your document. After getting your work done you can again go back and change the settings back to normal. Let us know if you are stuck in between. Good Luck!