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Chapter 16. Customizing Word > Changing Default Text

Changing Default Text

When you type text in a document, Word applies a set of default text attributes. Some examples of Word's font default settings include font style, size, and formatting options, such as bold, italic, and underline. You might find that having your own personalized font style or color setting would really make your documents exciting. To find out the current default settings for your document, you can open a new document, and then type some text.


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