After we have seen how to insert a wide variety of fonts from Google Fonts into Google Docs, I am showing you how to change Docs default font into your preferred font, a tip I learned from Online Tech Tips. Keep in mind that Docs does not support custom fonts, you can only choose from the fonts options available through Docs library. There are tons of fonts there and they are all available for free.
Here is how to set a default font for your documents:
First, create a new document or open an existing one. Next select text in your document then click on Format ➜ Paragraph styles ➜ Normal text and click on Update normal text to match‘.
Always while the text is highlighted, click on Format ➜ Paragraph styles ➜ Options and select Save as my default styles. The new selected font will now be used as your default font in your Google Docs.
To reset your font preferences:
Open a Google document, click on Format ➜ Paragraph styles ➜ Options, and select Reset styles.
Watch the video below to see this Google Docs feature in action