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Perform the following steps to set the default font for new Microsoft Word 2010 documents. Right click the "Normal" Style on the Home ribbon and click Modify. Change the font to Times New Roman, 12 (or whatever you would prefer). Select the "New documents based on this template" option. Click OK Close and reopen Microsoft Word to confirm. For Microsoft ...


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See the below screen shots for steps #2 - #5 How to set the default font in Word How to change the style of the default font in Word 2010 To change the style of the default font in Word 2010, follow these steps: If you do not have a document open, create a new document that is based on the Normal template. To do this, click File, ...


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gnome-terminal does not have such an option. You might tweak its source (actually vte's), or configure fontconfig so that the italic version of your chosen font happens to be non-italic, or configure your man viewer (e.g. less) not to use italics.


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There are 3 ways? It's kind of convoluted, but here you go. Use symbol insert: "Combining Diacritical Marks" Use border, upper line, on a single cell. ALT+ENTER to skip to new line in a single cell.


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There is a way but this feels like there must be a better way! However, as you've not had an answer, and you do not explain how much text you need to update in this manner, I'll provide it. Enter some text in a cell, click in the cell and type the letter a. Whilst the caret is to the right of this text go to the Insert ribbon and the last icon should be ...


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I finally got it... I'll give you the essential steps, but read the whole thing first and be careful. Back up file- Go to: "Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Fonts", find Segoe UI Emoji. Copy the file and paste it someone safe. FULL Permission Control- We are going to change the permissions so you can uninstall/delete the font file. Right click-...


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I met this problem as well through my git repositories hosting font files. Here's a weird solution that worked for me. Copy (and yes its Ctrl + C not Ctrl + X for cutting) the file somewhere else or even in the same directory and the copied file will work. Also the top solution does not work for me. My firewall is already activated. Further digging showed ...


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You can trim the title bar aspect with Open Terminal Create file "gtk.css", on /home/(userdirectory)/.config/gtk-3.0/gtk.css $ cd /home/(userdirectory) //change with your username directory $ gedit .config/gtk-3.0/gtk.css insert code below .header-bar.default-decoration { padding-top : 4px; padding-bottom : 4px; } .header-bar.default-decoration .button....



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