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    I have a document that has Calibri font mixed in with Courier New and Verdana. I need to change all the Calibri 11pt font to Verdana 10pt font. Note that I cannot just Ctrl+A or highlight entire sections, as the Courier New must remain. Is there a Find>Replace all fucntion that allows me to automatically convert all Calibri 11pt font to Verdana 10pt font within the document?

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    See Find and replace text or other items; the link takes you to the section "Find and replace specific formatting".


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    Quote Originally Posted by ben000 View Post
    I have a document that has Calibri font mixed in with Courier New and Verdana. I need to change all the Calibri 11pt font to Verdana 10pt font. Note that I cannot just Ctrl+A or highlight entire sections, as the Courier New must remain. Is there a Find>Replace all fucntion that allows me to automatically convert all Calibri 11pt font to Verdana 10pt font within the document?
    Yes - it take a little setting up, but the trick is to go into Replace, and click on the More button, then on Format, then on Font. Once you've changed the "Find what:" font, click on the "Replace with:" line, and change that font to what you require. Then do replace All...

    Always a good idea to do a Save before starting this procedure, in case it doesn't quite do what you expected!
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