They're all part of the same dwelling, but each room has its own purpose and décor.This autonomy lends flexibility, but it can lead to questions about numbering pages — where do you start numbering, does each section start over with page 1, and so on.
Let me test you a bit more by asking about “widow lines”. If you didn’t, then welcome to this side of the line where we think we are proficient on Microsoft Word – but honestly aren’t.
But if you love Word, you can use a quick shortcut to hide the visual clutter of the Ribbon. Double-tap with your finger or double-click with your mouse to zoom in and make graphics like tables, charts and images fill the screen.
Usually this is "Times New Roman", black color and size 3.
This is a simple guide to set the default font in an enterprise environment for Office 2013 with App Sense Environment Manager.
Contents of this page You have to use the built-in Heading styles in order to be able to use their "magic" properties (described at Why use Word's built-in heading styles? Therefore, we use Heading 1 to Heading 5 for headings in the main body of the document.
And we use Heading 6 to Heading 9 in the Appendixes.
How it`s done: Word 2013: Registry and file Powerpoint 2013: File Excel 2013: Registry Outlook 2013: Registry Note: In Excel it is also possible to set the font through a GPO: “\Microsoft Excel 2013\Excel Options\General\Font” Outlook has a little twist and a downside.
The trick is to set the font registry keys to the HKEY_CURRENT_USERS\Software\Policies path.
For example, out of the box, Heading 6 is in a very small font.