Friday, December 17, 2010

Set the Default Font in Microsoft Project 2010

The following walks you through how to set the default font in Microsoft Project 2010.
  1. Open Microsoft Project 2010.
  2. On the ribbon, select Format.  The Format ribbon appears.
  3. On the Format ribbon, select Text Styles.  The Text Styles dialog appears.
  4. Configure as desired, and then click OK.  The Text Styles dialog.
Note: this will not change the font for items you have already created.


Anonymous said...

Thank you very much. It helped me a lot.. I had make a plan with several hundred tasks. This reduced pain atleast 50%.

Was very helpful.. Thanks again!!

VijayBhas said...

Thanks a ton. Was indeed a very helpful advice.


Aditya Dhawan said...

good post
keep writing

Thomas Kennedy, PMP said...

This works to change existing tasks but when you insert a new task the font type reverts to the default. How do you change the default so new inserted tasks are formatted as desired?

Al said...

Unfortunately, from what I've researched to date, there is no global setting to accomplish this. However, I did find some good guidance here: Project 2010 - Global Font Selection.

Anonymous said...

This was driving me nuts! Thank you for the help.

Vijay Sam said...

Thank You. This saved at least one hour of my work for a week.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much

Anonymous said...

It's 2014, and your post is still helping us. Microsoft has you to thank for making their product a less frustrating "thing" to work with. Thanks again!

Unknown said...

Thanks for this, but the heading says default font. This command doe snot change default, it only sets the font for this particular file.