Word selective font change throughout a document


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Guest

A suggestion to the Word/Office Development Team:

How about adding a facility to Word (or all Office products) that allows me
to selectively change an embedded font (with all its characteristics) to some
other font characteristics?
For instance, I'd like the ability to change all Arial, 10-point, black text
(and ONLY that text) to, say, Tahoma, 12-point, green, in a document that
contains other fonts, sizes, or colors.
(If this is already possible, please point me to instructions on how to do
it.)

Thank you.
 
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Graham Mayor

You can easily do this with the replace function - click the 'more' button
to reveal the additional options.

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Graham Mayor - Word MVP

My web site www.gmayor.com

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Guest

THe best way to do this would be to use styles. As you set up a document,
define certain styles, or modify existing ones. When you need to change
something, chnage the style attributes and all text with that style will
change.
 

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