Group Policy role out for word?

Hi all,

Is there away in group policy to change the defaults of MS Word. I have been asked to make sure all users are using a certain font, spacing, font size etc. I have over 300 users so doing it individually wont work. Please assist.

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Trent SmithCommented:
Yes you can do it but you have to follow the instructions of the site that I have attached to this post.  You will need to make the changes to your system and then copy specific files to the users via the Group Policy.

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Technical InformationAuthor Commented:
You sir a brilliant!! Thanks for your help
Trent SmithCommented:
Glad I could help.
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Technical InformationAuthor Commented:
Can I ask one more question,

If a user has a custom template already set, for e.g. a secretary. Will it overwrite there

Trent SmithCommented:
It shouldn't as the template should be a different file.  I would suggest making a copy of one of the systems that use a custom template and then try to overwrite the and then see if the template is still there.  Post the results so that anyone who looks up this solution can have that information also.
Technical InformationAuthor Commented:
Thanks I will do
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