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Changing the Font

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In Microsoft Word, you usually don't want to use the font that is automatically selected when the program starts. You can very easily change the font to enhance your document.

Changing the Font

1. Highlight the text you would like to change the font for.

2. Click the Format menu, and click on Font from the menu that appears.

3. Select from the selection box what font you would like to use.

4. Next, select the size of the font you want to use.

5. Last, select any styles you want to use.

6. Click Apply.

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