When you open the program Microsoft Word, a font and font size are chosen for you. Usually, the default font is Calibri or Times New Roman, and the default font size is either 11 or 12 point.
Also, how do you change the font height in Word?
Change the size of selected text Select the text or cells with text you want to change. To select all text in a Word document, press Ctrl + A. On the Home tab, click the font size in the Font Size box.
Similarly, what size font is 3/8 inch? Theoretically, if you choose a 27 pt. font, no matter the font, it should be 3/8 of an inch tall, using our 72 point to 1 inch ratio.
Similarly one may ask, what size font is 1/2 inch?
An inch equals 72 points, so the basic conversion ratio for font size into inches is that 1 point equals 1/72 inch. For example, a 36-point font size is equal to 1/2 inch from the bottom of the descender to the top of the ascender. A single letter in the font will likely never achieve this height.
How do I change my font size?
From the Settings window, in the left pane, tap the Display option. From the right pane, under the Font section, tap the Font size option. On the opened Font size window, tap to select the appropriate radio button to set the desired font size.