Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Session 2.2
Figure 2-25
Indented numbered list
numbered list
Numbering button
The text of the document is now properly aligned and indented. The bullets and num-
bers make the lists easy to read and give readers visual clues about the type of informa-
tion they contain. Next, you need to adjust the formatting of individual words.
Changing the Font and Font Size
All of Marilee’s remaining changes concern changing fonts, adjusting font sizes, and empha-
sizing text with font styles. The first step is to change the font of the title from 12-point Times
New Roman to 14-point Arial. This will make the title stand out from the rest of the text.
Reference Window
Changing the Font and Font Size
Select the text you want to change.
Click the Font list arrow on the Formatting toolbar to display the list of fonts.
Click the font you want to use.
Click the Font Size list arrow, and then click the font size you want to use.
or
Select the text that you want to change.
Click Format on the menu bar, and then click Font.
In the Font tab of the Font dialog box, select the font and font size you want to use.
Click the OK button.
Marilee wants you to change the font of the title as well as its size and style. To do this,
you’ll use the Formatting toolbar. Marilee wants you to use a sans serif font , which is a
font that does not have the small additional lines (called serifs) at the tops and bottoms of
the letters. Sans serif fonts are often used in titles so they contrast with the body text. A
serif font is a font that does include these small lines. Times New Roman is a serif font,
and Arial is a sans serif font.
 
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