Microsoft Asks Users To Pick New Default Font For Office

Share post:

The American multinational technology company Microsoft Corporation has called on users to select the new standard font for its Office font.

It is the first time in 15 years that the company has changed its Office font as it moves away from the Calibri font. Although Microsoft has more than 700 options in Word, it has reportedly commissioned five new customs for Office.

In the update shared on Twitter, users will be able to choose between Tenorite, Bierstadt, Skeena, Seaford and Grandview fonts.

According to reports, Microsoft will release the fonts in Microsoft 365 for users to try out before choosing a new standard.

Feedback and surveys are part of how the company will select the winner. While all fonts will continue to be available in Microsoft’s font menu, the tech giant announced in a statement that the new font will appear in Microsoft Office apps next year.

For more information, read the original story in CityAM.


Related articles

Intuit lays off 1,800 people amid a shift to AI

Intuit, the company behind QuickBooks, Credit Karma, and TurboTax, is laying off 1,800 employees, which is about 10%...

VMWare revenue drops by $600 million but Broadcom assures investors growth plan is on track

In its first full quarter under Broadcom's ownership, VMware's revenue fell by $600 million, dropping to $2.7 billion....

Apple faces backlash over recent ads

Apple is currently facing significant public backlash due to a controversial advertisement featuring a hydraulic press crushing various...

 Google executives face employee concerns amid profitsurge

At a recent all-hands meeting, Google employees voiced significant concerns regarding morale, cost-cutting measures, and the impact of...

Become a member

New, Relevant Tech Stories. Our article selection is done by industry professionals. Our writers summarize them to give you the key takeaways