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Weights are changing for Microsoft
« on: August 30, 2023, 11:07:11 pm »

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, color palette, style, and line365 users. Matthew Humphries By Matthew Humphries July 24, 2023 Microsoft 365(Credit: Getty Images/SOPA Images) Microsoft 365 users will see a USA Telegram Number Data new default theme applied to Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook in the not too distant future. The new theme is currently available to Microsoft 365 Insiders on the beta channel for Windows, Mac, and Android, and consists of changes to the default font, color palette, style, and line weights across the four main Office apps. For the font, Microsoft decided to replace Calibri and offered Insiders five alternatives called Bierstadt, Grandview.

Seaford, Skeena, and Tenerife. The winning font is Bierstadt, which got renamed to Aptos, and offers a range of weights and variants (narrow, serif, monospace). Microsoft 365 Aptos default font (Credit: Microsoft) Microsoft also selected a new default color palette, which is designed to help you "easily create accessible content." Line weights have been tweaked, with the default weights being increased as Microsoft felt it "improved the consistency between shapes and lines, and added better contrast." Finally, the default style has been refreshed for Word documents and Outlook emails.

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