Choose the Default Font in WordPerfect

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    The first thing you need to do is open WordPerfect
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    When it loads, you will see that the default font is set to "Times New Roman".
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    To change the default font, click "File" near the top-left corner of the screen
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    In the menu that appears, click "Document"
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    Then, in the expanded menu, click on "Default Font..."
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    A new window will appear in which you can select from all of the available fonts.
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    In this case, let's click on "Trojan Pro 3"
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    To the right of the font style, you can select the default size by clicking the drop-down "Size" menu
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    For this tutorial, let's select "20".
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    When you have made your changes, click "OK" at the bottom of this window
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