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Sometimes you need a tiny font to fit under a graphic. Many times you need an average size font for bodies of text. And then ...
there are the times when you need a large font size to get attention. Microsoft Word 2007 has them all and it's easy to switch between the myriad options.
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Hi, this is Mike Callahan, Dr. File Finder and welcome to your butterscotch.com tutorial on how to change the font size in Word 2007.
Now, we’re here in Word 2007. I have some text highlighted. There’s a reason for that and you’ll see in just a minute. If you go up here, here’s the font name and here is the font size. This is 11 points. Now, if you click here, you can go with as small as 8 and you can see over on the right the text I had highlighted has changed to reflect the highlighted size. So I can move down with 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, let’s go up to 36, 48, 72. So you can see when I have the size I want, I just click on that size and now, the highlighted text is in the size that I want, 72 points.
This is a way that you can change the font size but you can also see what that size will look like so you can get just the right size for your particular document.
This is changing the font size in Word 2007 and that’s all there is to it.