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Under "Settings" on the "General" tab, you should see something like this: This allows you to define how your default text looks: which font is used*, font size (Small, Normal, Large, Huge), and font color. (There is an additional button to remove existing formatting you may have applied.) If that doesn't do what you need you may need to increase the ...


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Facebook does not officially support changing the font on your profile. Some people manage to make it look like this by putting in script characters (Hindi, etc.) that look vaguely similar to English letters, or by combining Unicode characters. But this does have some downsides: A lot of people find it annoying. People searching for your name won't see ...


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I'm not aware of any setting built into Google Reader. However, there are many styles already built (and you can build your own) and use the Stylish plugin for FF or Chrome. You can download some styles at userstyles.org With a minimal amount of CSS knowledge, you can modify the text to your liking.


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Ok, you have to try Gmail Fixed Font userscript — http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/17869


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http://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/ does what you want.


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In the font selector, at the bottom, is a link to "Add fonts...". Click that. The "Add fonts" tool will open, showing all available fonts and indicating which ones you're using. Simply find Tahoma (or whatever font you're looking for)... ...and click it so that there is a checkmark next to it. Click OK. And now you should see Tahoma in your list ...


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If you are using Chrome, you can also paste text using "Paste and Match Style" which is command+shift+V on a Mac. This usually works for me, resulting in the pasted text all having the default font and font size of the Google doc.


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I'm using WhatTheFont.


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Next you can choose "Reply" or "Forward" and change Font to Courier New.


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No this is not possible. Google recently added more fonts to the list and they will continue adding I guess. They won't let you to upload your own fonts or using external ones (since the removed the ability to edit css/html), because there is going to be an issue if you are going to share the Document and your collaborators won't be able to view it properly. ...


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When you copy/paste from a Word document or an HTML page, the clipboard contains rich text. You need to convert it back to plain text if you don't want to keep the formatting rules. You have two alternatives: Use a plain text editor, such as Notepad, TextMate (please note Word is not a plain text editor). Copy the content, paste it into the text editor to ...


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It depends on what you mean by “Google Fonts”. As fonts, they do not depend on CSS3, or CSS at all; you can download them and install them and use them. As a technique of using “web fonts” or “downloadable fonts”, they use the @font-face declaration defined in CSS Fonts Module Level 3, which is commonly regarded as part of CSS3, which is as such just a vague ...


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Install the Stylish browser extension. Click the Stylish icon and go to "Manage Styles" Add this style. It will configure Gmail to use a fixed-width font for plaintext messages: @namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml); @-moz-document domain("mail.google.com") { /* change the font family and font size of body message */ div[class="a3s"] { ...


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Ensure that you actually did change the default Monospace font. Google Chrome refreshes my font changes immediately, in monospace and in regular font, so changes should show up in browser. Your user profile may also be corrupted - see my answer for a guide on how to create a new profile.


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It is done using block element characters that look like they spell another word: █▬█ █ ▀█▀ It is actually an ASCII art with the following characters: █ ▬ ▀ It can't be used to spell all letters of the alphabet, but you can try. Other characters can help as well. Here I just wrote the first part of your username: █ ╔╦╗ I gave up because the R is hard to ...


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Login to Tumblr, click on your blog, and then click the Customize blog link. Within the customize pane, scroll down to Advanced and expand it. Within the “Add custom CSS” field, enter the following for the main font: body {font-family: Arial;} and the following for the secondary font: .fS {font-family: Arial;}. Arial is only being used as an example. Feel ...


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The Identifont site can help identify a font. To let Identifont find the typeface you have to answer a set of questions questions to get the closest match in their huge database of typefaces.


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Gmail formatting, fonts and colours; Use the icons in the formatting toolbar above the compose window to enhance your messages. Rich formatting is not available in Gmail's basic HTML view or in your signature settings. If you decide you'd like to write a message in plain text format, just click Plain text along the top of the compose window. Set ...


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If you use Google Chrome, there is an extension called Font Size Increase that may be of use to you. If you use Firefox there is an add-on called NoSquint which can be set for all sites or specific sites.


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Hmmmm, try using Windows Notepad, as it removes all formatteed texts and gives you simple text. select the text you want to copy by pressing CTRL + A then copy that text by pressing CTRL + C, go to Notepad, now click CTRL + V, then again click CTRL + A then CTRL + C to copy CTRL + X if you want to cut the text from Notepad & finally go to Google docs and ...


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Calibri and Cambria are both available for me in Google Docs.


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disclosure: extension author. If you are using chrome, you can use: https://github.com/dnozay/gmail-fixed-width-chrome-extension



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