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January 24, 2017

Greetings from The Excel Addict

Hi fellow Excel Addict,

When I left you the last time there was a big snowstorm bearing down on us here eastern Newfoundland. It turned out to be a pretty big storm but not quite the snow accumulation that had been forecasted. We received around 30cm (12in) of snow instead of the 'feared' 50cm (20in), but the winds were pretty high... up to 100kmh (60mph).

Sometimes winter storms are ominous when you are feeling the brunt of them but once the wind dies down and the sun comes out, the beauty of winter is revealed once again. 

20160124 weather pic Kelligrews, Conception Bay South, Newfoundland, Canada

In today's 'Excel in Seconds' tip, I show you how you can quickly 'Change Your Default Font For All New Workbooks'.

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Change Your Default Font For All New Workbooks

By default, Excel uses Calibri font size 11 for new workbooks. If you would like to use a different font for your workbooks, you can easily change it. Note, however, that the new font will apply only to new workbooks that you create.

To change the default font for all NEW workbooks...

1) From the File tab click Options;

2) In the General category, click the dropdown next to 'Use this as the default font: [Body Font]'; and choose a new font. In this section you can also change the default font size.

3) Click OK to return to your worksheet.

4) You must now close and restart Excel to start using the new font.

Change Default Font in Microsoft Excel 2007 2010 2013 2016 365




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