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It seems that many commercial websites employ Arial 11 pt font as their primary font of choice.  Although FP comes standard with Arial 10 and Arial 12, there's no choice for Arial 11.  

Can it be added?
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Not sure if you can add it as a standard font but this will work from the html source

<font face="Arial" style="font-size: 11pt">Text Here</font>

or from the normal view you can highlight your text and select Arial from the drop down and simply type 11pt in the size box.

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