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Is it possible to change the default font MS Word from the set default (11) to something bigger?

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For what version of Word? – John T Dec 15 '09 at 18:54

but of course, just change the default template, more here:

How to set the default font in Word

APPLIES TO

* Microsoft Word 2002 Standard Edition
* Microsoft Office Word 2003
* Microsoft Office Word 2007
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In Word 2007, you can just write click on style Normal, choose "Modify", change the font size, and then select "Home>Change Styles>Set As Default".

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Yes.

  1. Find out where the .dot or .dotx file is located.
  2. Start MS Word, then open the template. (note: not an instance of the template)
  3. Modify the Normal style.
  4. Save.
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