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Word 2007 envelope default issue

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When creating an envelope in Word 2007 the font keeps on changing to HELV 10 even though I when creating envelopes I go under Options, change the font, and select Set As Default. Even when I save the document that I created the envelope from the default still goes back to HELV 10.  I have researched the issue and can't find a fix. Am I missing a step or do I need to change the font in another location.  I used another pc and the Set as Default worked fine.
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There is a paragraph style called 'Envelope address' that gets applied to envelope addresses.  You could try modifying the font for this style.  Get the styles list box from the Styles group on the Home tab (use the little arrow bottom right), and modify the envelope address style to the font you want.  If you always want this font, check the radio button 'New documents based on tuis template', so that it gets saved in your normal.dotm.
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