Fix: Unable to Change Default Font in Word 2013
Do you feel uncomfortable using default Calibri font for making your reports and other stuff? Want to customize the fonts and set them as default? If you are unable to change default font in word 2013, then you are at the right place. I will explain how to modify the default font settings in Word 2013.
It must be kept in mind that every PC has its own set of fonts. Therefore, Microsoft tries to include common fonts in its applications like Times New Roman, Calibri, and Arial. If you set some unique type of font in your document, it might not be readable on other PCs.
Launch Microsoft Word 2013 and click Home tab at the top of the window.
You need to click the Font menu button at the bottom right corner of the Font section of the ribbon.
You are free to choose your preferred font, style size and color from the provided section of the window. Then, you are required to click “Set as Default” button at the bottom left-corner of the window.
Check the option available to the left of the “All documents based on the Normal template”. Click “Ok” when you are finished with customization.
So, this was a simple trick that you can play with settings of your Word 2013. Customizing applications always gives the feeling of ownership. Get rid of all default settings that irritate you by exploring the settings even more.