In Microsoft Publisher, scheme fonts quickly change the text in your publication by clicking a new font scheme. When users apply a font scheme to their publication, Microsoft Publisher will change the style of the font scheme. You can use the built-in presets fonts in Publisher or create a new font scheme. Font schemes give the fonts in your publication a consistent and professional appearance.
What is a Font Scheme in Publisher?
A font scheme is a defined set of fonts associated with a publication. In each font scheme, both primary and secondary fonts are specified. A primary font is used for titles and headings, and a secondary font is used for body text.
How to apply Font Schemes in Publisher
We will discuss the following steps in this post:
- How to apply a built-in scheme font in Publisher
- How to create a new scheme font in Publisher
- How to duplicate custom scheme font
- How to rename custom scheme font
- How to delete a scheme
- How to open the scheme font settings
- How to add scheme font to Quick access toolbar
1] How to apply a built-in scheme font in Publisher
Type a text into the publication and increase the text size.
Click the Page Design tab.
Click the Font button in the Scheme group and select a scheme font from its drop-down menu.
The font in the publication will change.
2] How to create a new scheme font in Publisher
You can also create a new font scheme by clicking the Font button again and selecting a Create a new font scheme option from the drop-down menu.
A Create new font scheme dialog box will appear.
in the dialog box, you can choose a font style for the Heading and the Body Font, then give the font a name
The font will change in the publication to the custom scheme font you have designed.
If you click the Font button, you will see the custom font in the drop-down menu.
3] How to duplicate custom scheme font
In Microsoft Publisher, you can duplicate your font schemes, built-in or custom.
Click the Font button in the Scheme group, right-click the custom scheme font, then select Duplicate Scheme.
A Duplicate Font Scheme dialog box will open.
Name the duplicate font scheme
Check the scheme font drop-down menu to see the duplicate scheme.
4] How to rename custom scheme font
Publisher allows users to rename the custom scheme if they decide that they want to change its name, but users cannot change the name for built-in scheme fonts.
Click the Font button in the Scheme group, right-click the custom scheme font, and select Rename Scheme.
A Rename Font Scheme dialog box will appear.
In the section New name for font scheme, give the custom font scheme a new name.
Then click OK.
5] How to delete a scheme
Click the Font button in the Scheme group and right-click a scheme font, then select Delete Scheme.
A Message box will open; click Yes.
The scheme font is deleted.
6] How to open the scheme font settings
Click the Font button in the Scheme group and select Font Schemes Options.
A Font Schemes Options dialog box will open.
Within the dialog box, you have options to Update custom text styles, override applied text formatting and Adjust font sizes.
You can select or deselect the checkboxes of these options according to what you want, then click OK.
7] How to add scheme font to Quick access toolbar
You can add scheme fonts on your quick access toolbar, where you can easily access the scheme fonts.
Right-click the Font button in the Scheme group and select Add to Quick Access Toolbar.
How do I add a stylistic set in Publisher?
A stylistic set contains different styles for a particular font. By using stylistic sets, you can make the font in your book more attractive and professional. The stylistic sets in Publisher are not supported for all the fonts. Therefore, if you find this option greyed out, it means that the font you are currently using is not supported for stylistic sets. In this case, you have to try another font. To add stylistic sets for a particular font in Publisher, select your font and go to the Format tab. Now, click on the Stylistic Sets drop-down under the Typography section.
We hope this tutorial helps you understand how to apply scheme fonts in Publisher; if you have questions about the tutorial, let us know in the comments.