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How do I change the fonts used in my formula?

Math uses 7 different text fonts to typeset formulas - in addition to symbol fonts (mainly the StarMath font).

The basic fonts are:

You can read about how to use these fonts in FAQ #009.

To change one of the fonts follow these steps:

This will change the font for the current formula. The next time you want to use the same font it will already be in the list box; you don't have to click modify again.

To change the default fonts follow these steps:

This will save your settings as the default fonts to be used in a new formula.

To change the base size of the formula select Format-Font Size... and enter the size you want. All other font sizes are relative to the base size. The default is 12 pt.

This will change the base size for the current formula. To change the default base size you should click 'Default' before you close the dialog.

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