If you are starting from a blank document, go to step 2. Select the font, the point size, and any attributes that you want in the Fonts dialog box. Type a character, so that Word sees a change to be reflected in the template, delete the character then save and close the template. Are you sure you are answering for Word 2007? Footnotes appear on the References menu. Click Blank Document, and then click Create.
If the above step fails, there might be an issue with the Word template or registry. The other big problem is that when I finish this Word session and later open another session ie reopen Word none of my settings are saved; the blank page it opens with is with the 'factory default settings' ie Calibri size 11 etc and when I try opening 'normal' in 'templates' that too has reverted to 'factory settings'. Did it ever occur to you that we would have been able to provide useful help if you had actually followed the suggestions and provided the information we asked for? I can find how to scale them re dpi etc but. When you become a member at CarolsCornerOffice. As a result, we produce quality content on a variety of subjects.
Thanks very much for all your rummaging and attempts to help sort this one out, Ranger4. A template being the file in which the settings to format your document amonst other things are stored. Any document created with this template should be saved to a shared network folder. The first tab should be Margins, make your changes to the margins here, and then click Default. I have tried the following which I think is what you are suggesting; open Word, click 'file', then 'open', then 'templates' and open 'normal'. To change Normal style to no spacing, open normal. I just upgraded the final computer to Office 2007 and I did not have to do this--the normal style came up Ariel, go figure.
The default font will not chage. This document details how to change the default font, font size, and page margins in Word. If I change the Font Style and Size in the Home, once I launch Microsoft Word again, the setting is back to Microsoft Default. The installation default style, when you start typing in a document is the Normal style. All paragraphs are formatted using styles.
Set up the font, font size and other relevant things on the Font group of Home tab in the ribbon. To do this, click the Microsoft Office Button, click New in the New Document task pane, click Blank Document, and then click Create. You can then repeat this for the other template files under normal, assuming you have it installed you may not have the normal. Do a system search for Normal. This will change the default font in the template called Normal, which will be applied to all documents that use the Normal style.
So, whenever you want to use your own style, you only have to select that style on the Styles group of Home tab in ribbon. Hide All Keywords change default font; default font size; word default font Setting a default font ensures that every new document you open will use the font settings that you selected and set as the default. Now all new documents will have your own customized settings as the default format. The correct way to change the footnote or endnote font is to change the footnote or endnote paragraph Style definition. If you are starting from a blank document, go to step 2. On the Format menu, choose Font. The Calibri font is loaded for every time I open a new session of Word.
If you right click that highlighted style name and select Modify - you can change all the parameters associated with that style and if you check the box at the bottom of the dialog to apply the settings to new documents based on this template the changes will be stored in the normal template - so if you get the option to save the normal template on quitting Word then do so. Select the Footnote or Endnote that you want to change the Font 7. Then you will get the Font properties dialog box. I've asked you half a dozen times to do a search for Normal. You should click the Office button looks like a pizza top left of the Word screen. You have received several clear instructions on how to proceed.
I make the changes I want to font etc and save it. The default font in earlier versions is 12 point Times New Roman. There is no 'file and open' in Word 2007. Modifying the template file The other way to set the default font is to modify the global template file normal. Today we will show you how to change the default document format into a style of your own. The settings should stick if you allow Word to save the normal template when prompted on Closing Word. I am new to Windows 7 and Word 2007 been using it for about 3 weeks but I've searched and searched and I can't find anywhere how to tailor the default settings that sticks which is so frustrating when it was so easy on the previous version I used.
You can create different templates to use different default font settings. In the Manage Styles dialog box click on the Set Defaults tab and make the changes to the fonts, line and paragraph spacing. Follow the steps in article below and then try to customize you settings. So the thing is this. You have to change the configuration of this Normal style.