Posted by: glasskeys | 02/09/2011

How to change Notes font on the iPad & iPhone.

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The following walk-through demonstrates how to change the default Notes font.

First, open Settings then tap the Notes found in the list on the left hand side of the screen. A small list of fonts will be presented at right: Chalkboard, Helvetica, or Marker Felt.

I for one detest the default font of earlier Notes versions, the Market Felt font, and feel it deserves a special place in Hell aside Comic Sans MS in the Hereafter. Here’s hoping they “shuffle off this mortal coil” soon, as both fonts drive me mad.

Continuing on, to select a new font simply tap its button, then open the Notes application (you may need to tap the “+” button at top right to create a blank note) and begin typing to test your selection.


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