While compiling documents on Google Docs, you created a very nice font and wanted to use this font as the default font for all future documents. So, in this article, Taimienphi.vn will introduce you how to change the default font on Google Docs.
Typically, on Google Docs have pre-set the default font and a number of other optional fonts. If your work needs to use a font other than the default one, instead of having to customize the font after each work, you can change the default font on Google Docs.
How to change the default font on Google Docs?
Instructions to change the default font on Google Docs
To change the default font on Google Docs, you need to access Google Docs, create a new document or an existing document on your account, then follow the steps below:
Step 1: Highlight the formatted text you want to use as the default font.
Step 2: On the toolbar, open the tab Format , item Paragraph styles , open Options , choose Save as my default styles .
So you are done changing the default font on Google Docs. From now on, when you open a new document, your default font will automatically be applied to the text. As for the old text, highlight the text you need to return to the default format, and then press the key combination Ctrl +Backslash (picture key | ) or do as shown below.
Above is an article on how to change the default font on Google Docs. If you want to do it in Word, you can refer to the article instead Change the default font in Word. Good luck.
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