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Re-define Heading 1 default Font via GPO - Word 2007

Posted on 2014-03-28
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Hello,

If we want to change the default for Heading 1 style – is there a way to do that from the GPO level or is it an ad-hoc process to reflect the new default?
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In order to define the fonts and formatting for new documents in Word, you have to save the changes in a new Normal.dotx file and have this distributed to new users.  You can include a special Normal.dotx in a custom Office installation.
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