Join Laura Bungarz for an in-depth discussion in this video Changing font colors and styles, part of Up and Running with Publisher 2013.
…So, now that we have some text in here, it's time to make it look the same.…So, this came in as Verdana 9 from Microsoft Word, which was here.…But the text that's already in the template is Arial 9.…So I want to make them the same.…So I can either change this to Verdana or this to Arial.…And I'm going to go ahead and change this to Arial.…So just hold down your left mouse button and highlight it and…all the text will turn black.…Come up here, this is where your font designs and styles and sizes are.…
And I'm going to go ahead and find Arial, which is right there.…So the first thing you're going to notice,…of course, is that it doesn't look quite the same.…So the way we're going to fix that.…There's a few ways to do it.…The first way is for me to highlight this, and go ahead and…double click on the Format Painter and then highlight this.…And click on the Format Painter.…And you see how it automatically changed it to match the formatting down below.…So now I have formatting that's the same.…
I can turn off the format painter by clicking on it.…
- Printing and sharing Publisher files
- Changing text
- Changing, removing, and formatting pictures
- Adding shapes
- Customizing page backgrounds
- Adding page parts and ads
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Working with Text
3. Working with Graphics
4. Working with Shapes
5. Working with Pages
Adding a page background1m 32s
6. Working with Page Parts and Advertisements
Next steps1m 3s
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