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Microsoft Works Word Processor Font keeps changing

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by adf2344, Sep 11, 2010.

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    I have a Study Guide with questions in Microsoft Works Word Processor and I wanted to fill in the answers in a different font and color. But every time I click the question I want to answer, it automatically changes to the font and color of the question. So I have to type the answers and then highlight it and change the font and color manually. I have a ton of questions to answer and it is getting to be really time consuming to have to go back and change them all manually. Is there a way to set the font and color to be locked and never change even if I click a word or line that has a different font and color?
     
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    Just like Word, each area can have its own font and other settings.

    You are going to have to put up with this, as the author did not set up the study guide to be used in this manner.
     
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    Awwwww man. Thanks anyways DaveA for your help.
     
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