Apply a font scheme

When you apply a font scheme, Publisher changes the styles in your publication to use one of the two fonts in the font scheme instead of the default fonts for those styles.

You can select the options to control which text attributes, such as font and font size, will change when you apply a font scheme.

Because some fonts can look different in different browsers, Publisher offers a selection of Web font schemes that are rendered consistently on the Web.

What do you want to do?


Apply a font scheme

  1. On the Format menu, click Font Schemes.
  2. In the Format Publications task pane, in Font Schemes, click a font scheme.

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Control text attributes that are affected by font schemes

  1. On the Format menu, click Font Schemes.
  2. In the Format Publications task pane, in Font Schemes, click Font scheme options.
  3. Select the options that you want.

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Choose a font scheme for your Web page

If you want the text on your Web page to look the same in all browsers, you can use a Web font or a Web font scheme.

 Note   You also can convert that text to a picture. If you convert text to a picture, people who browse the Web without pictures displayed in their browser cannot see the text, unless you add alternative text for the picture.

Web fonts are Latin text fonts that are designed or selected for easy screen readability. If you are working on a Web publication, you can use Web fonts to improve the readability of the text on your Web site for users who may have screens of different sizes. The following fonts are Web fonts:

  • Arial
  • Arial Black
  • Comic Sans MS
  • Courier New
  • Georgia
  • Impact
  • Symbol
  • Times New Roman
  • Trebuchet
  • Verdana
  • Wingdings

The following font schemes are composed of complementary sets of Web fonts:

  • Archival
  • Basis
  • Binary
  • Casual
  • Data
  • Foundation
  • Impact
  • Online
  • Versatile
  • Virtual

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Applies to:
Publisher 2007