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Chapter 6. Formatting in Microsoft Word > Changing Fonts, Font Styles, and Poin...

Changing Fonts, Font Styles, and Point Sizes

Similar to editing, which includes line-by-line editing and block (or paragraph) editing, in formatting you have the small, character-by-character changes and the larger, global paragraph or page changes. One of the more common formatting changes you’ll make involves choosing a different typeface, style, and size for the text in your documents.

Lingo

A typeface is a family of type that has a particular look and feel. Times Roman is an example of one typeface; Arial is another.



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