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Change the Default Font

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Introduction

Do you always need to change the font and size for all of your cells when you start up Excel?

This How-To Article shows you how to change Excel's default startup font.


Change the Default Font

1. Click the Tools menu and select "Options..." from the menu that appears.

2. Click the "General" tab.

3. From the "Standard font:" drop-down menu, select the font that you would like to use by default.

4. From the "Size:" drop-down menu, select the size you would like to use by default.

5. Click OK.

6. Now, every new Excel document that you create will use your new font and size selection.

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