Styles problem with form fields


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I have created a simple template with multiple form fields to fill in. Styles
and formats have been set for the template. I created "BodyStyle", which is
Normal + 12 pt after. The form fields are formatted using BodyStyle.

When I type in a field, the font is not Arial as I've set, but something
totally different (looks like Courier or something similar). If I select the
field and switch it to Normal, it goes back to Arial, then when I switch it
back to BodyStyle, it keeps the Arial font. But whenever I type in a "fresh"
field it's in this weird font.

No idea if I'm explaining this properly, but I'm stumped. I've checked the
formats (both Normal and BodyStyle) and both are supposed to be Arial.

Anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks,
Jen
 
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Cindy M.

Hi =?Utf-8?B?SmVu?=,
I have created a simple template with multiple form fields to fill in. Styles
and formats have been set for the template. I created "BodyStyle", which is
Normal + 12 pt after. The form fields are formatted using BodyStyle.

When I type in a field, the font is not Arial as I've set, but something
totally different (looks like Courier or something similar). If I select the
field and switch it to Normal, it goes back to Arial, then when I switch it
back to BodyStyle, it keeps the Arial font. But whenever I type in a "fresh"
field it's in this weird font.

No idea if I'm explaining this properly, but I'm stumped. I've checked the
formats (both Normal and BodyStyle) and both are supposed to be Arial.
See if this article is basically what you're experiencing

Incorrect Font Is Applied After a Style Is Applied to a Form Field
ID: 828501
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;828501


Cindy Meister
INTER-Solutions, Switzerland
http://homepage.swissonline.ch/cindymeister (last update Jun 17 2005)
http://www.word.mvps.org

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