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Changing default font in Adobe LiveCycle 8.2?

How do you change the default font in Adobe LiveCycle 8.2?

Comment: It's difficult to believe that Adobe makes it difficult to change the default font???  What's up with that?

Thanks in advance,
elgin
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michkoCommented:
Per Adobe:
To change the default formatting for new objects

You can set the default formatting for new objects and save it in the Object Library. For example, you can change the default font for all new Text objects to Times New Roman.

   1. Insert an object.
   2. Make the changes to the object. For example, add a border, apply a different font, change the size of the text.
   3. Drag the object into a category in the Object Library palette.
   4. In the Add Library Object dialog box, type the name of the object and click OK.

      If another object of the same name already exists in that tab, Designer ES2 asks you to confirm that you want to replace the existing object.

From this link:
http://help.adobe.com/en_US/livecycle/9.0/designerHelp/index.htm?content=000400.html

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elgin229Author Commented:
Thank you so much!
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michkoCommented:
You're welcome, glad I could help.
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