Almost everyone with a PC or laptop uses Microsoft Word. From those with jobs involving typing, to those who only update their resumes from time to time.
Different tasks require different tools, settings, and fonts. After all, writing a paper for a university exam isn’t the same as drafting a personal letter.
When you open a new Microsoft Word document, you’re most likely to use the default font. But if you want to change it, how do you go about it? Read on to find out.
What’s the Default Font?
Calibri and Times New Roman are the two most common default fonts in Microsoft Word. Each time you open a new document on your computer, before you opt for another font, the default will be set to one of these two. The size is typically 11 or 12 pt.