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Setting the font "Permanently"

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by VeriChipped, Feb 4, 2003.

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  1. VeriChipped

    VeriChipped Thread Starter

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    Hi Tech Guys,

    I keep having to change my font when I clear, close, or navigate , a document to type another no matter how many times I go to tools. Hit font, choose the text size color, and apply...No matter what format ie., note pad , word pad, word perfect 9. it doesn't take permanently....
    Is there a way :confused:

    Prefonted in Arabic new Courier times :eek:
    VeriChipped.
     
  2. mitrich

    mitrich

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    In Word, go to Format|Font. Pick what you want, but then remember to click the Default button at the bottom of the box.
     
  3. wizzkid

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    Hi, Have you tried opening word selecting Format -> Font then set the settings to default:)
     
  4. VeriChipped

    VeriChipped Thread Starter

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    One done two to go....It worked for word pefect . There was a default option setting but couldn't find the default setting for note pad nor word pad?
    Does the word perfect default option take care of the rest?

    :confused:

    Thanks
    VeriChipped.

    PS. If it does I'll find out soon enough
     
  5. mitrich

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    In a word (no pun intended), no.
     
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