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    Default Paragraph Font

    What is the default paragraph font style in Word 2000? What is its purpose?

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    Re: Default Paragraph Font

    Hi jpm,

    The Default Paragraph font is the underlying character formats for the Paragraph Style.

    Take a look at Reveal Formats for a better understanding. Press <Shift F1> to turn on the "What's This" Help tool and click some text.

    In the Font Formatting section, the Default Paragraph font is found under Paragraph Style. Any formats in Direct and Character Style are not part of the Default Paragraph font.

    So let's say you apply a Style to a paragraph and then add some additional Direct character formats. If you apply the Default Paragraph Font then your Direct formatting will be removed and the text will return to the Default Paragraph font.

    The Default Paragraph font is also the base for Character Styles. This means the Style uses the character formats of the Paragraph Style that is applied. A Character Style allows you to add formats in addition to those already in the Paragraph Style.

    For example, let

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    Re: Default Paragraph Font

    Many thanks

    Kind Regards

    John

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