Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Change default font in InDesign

Like me, I suppose there are may out there that mainly work on one specific project at the time. And usually that means one default font too. Though Adobe, like Microsoft, love Times New Roman. So here's how to change the default font in InDesign:

You can make any active font the default font in the document by first making sure that's nothing's selected in your document (Command-Shift-A/Ctrl-Shift-A), then choosing the font you want from the Type > Font submenu or in the Character palette. All new text frames you create from then on in the document will use your new default font. If you change the default font without any documents open, that will be your new default font for all new InDesign documents you create.

This works for all other formatting defaults too!

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