Font size in Windows and Offce

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The font size in Windows and Office applications can be adjusted using the system settings and the application's own settings. Here's how you can change the font size in both environments:

Changing Font Size in Windows:

  1. Right-click on the desktop and select "Display settings" or "Screen resolution" (depending on your Windows version).
  2. In the Display settings, you'll find a slider labeled "Change the size of text, apps, and other items." Adjust the slider to change the overall scaling of text and other elements on the screen.

Changing Font Size in Office Applications (e.g., Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint):

  1. Open the Office application you want to adjust the font size in.
  2. Select the text you want to change the font size for.
  3. In the "Home" tab of the Ribbon, you'll find the "Font Size" drop-down menu. Select a new font size from the list.

If you want to change the default font size for new documents in Office applications:

  1. Open any Office application (e.g., Microsoft Word).
  2. Go to the "File" tab and select "Options."
  3. In the "Word Options" (or respective application options) dialog box, navigate to the "General" or "Ease of Access" section.
  4. Look for an option related to the default font size and adjust it as needed.

It's important to note that the font size setting in Windows affects the overall display of text on the screen, while the font size setting in Office applications affects the appearance of text specifically within those applications.