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  • Publisher 2007 What is a Font Style? (What is a Font Scheme?)
  • Font Scheme
    • Each document from the available templates has a font scheme which is available. You can choose which one and then modify it or create your own.
    Name Heading Font Body Font
  • The Font scheme
    • The scheme contains a variety of different styles which may or not be in use in the document. Depending on what elements you have chosen to include. e.g company address
  • Editing the font scheme
    • Possible to change to another by scrolling through and selecting.
    Or edit styles on the current scheme by clicking on
  • All the Font styles or only those in use
  • Typical Font Style collection for a Font Scheme Heading 1 Heading 2 Body Text 3 Heading 4 List Bullets 2
  • Options available. If you hover all details for the font style are revealed. Can delete or modify the style selected
  • The style can be modified. Options can now be changed . Explore the settings
  • Explore Options
  • Create a new Style
  • Create a new Font Scheme Click here to get option and then modify style as shown earlier on Note where you create a new font scheme or modify an existing one, the font scheme is saved on the hard disk therefore always use the same computer for your design work. Further: Can create a colour scheme in a similar way.
  • To consider other elements of Publisher view the following presentation