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On Sat, Jun 7, 2014 at 9:54 AM, quickbooks office <> wrote:

How to ensure all new text entered into a document is different font,
without changing the old font settings of the document?

That is the document has questions in it, with lets say Times New Roman.

When I type the answers in, the font remains Times New Roman.

But I want it so that all new text entered to be Segoe Print without
changing the font of the text already existing in the document (i.e.
the questions)

I feel I must be missing something about your question. There are at least
two solutions that occur to me that seem relatively straightforward.

1. Place the cursor at the place you wish to begin typing the answer
2. Before beginning to type the answer change font to Segoe Print by:
 a. selecting "Format | Character..." from the menu, finding Segoe Print in
the list of Families on the Font tab and clicking ok
 b. or from the tool bar, open the Font Name list and selecting Segoe Print
from the list
3. begin typing

- or -

1. Create a new paragraph style, call it Answers. In the style set the font
to Segoe Print.
2. Place the cursor at the place you wish to begin typing the answer
3. Change the style to Answers and begin typing the answer or type the
answer and set the style to Answers before pressing enter

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