Font in Notes

BrianBaughn

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You can enlarge the font for each note with the menu item Format>Font>Bigger (or with the keyboard shortcut Command-+ which is the Command key, the shift key and the plus sign key). Alternately, you can pick a font with Format>Font>Show Fonts (or Command-T).

Making the change the default for all new notes is a good bit more involved and I haven't even tested the method myself.
 
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Fuchal

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You can enlarge the font for each note with the menu item Format>Font>Bigger (or with the keyboard shortcut Command-+ which is the Command key, the shift key and the plus sign key). Alternately, you can pick a font with Format>Font>Show Fonts (or Command-T).

Making the change the default for all new notes is a good bit more involved and I haven't even tested the method myself.
There is a default font size slider right in Preferences.
 

RevTEG

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There is a default font size slider right in Preferences.
Thank you! I didn't know that I could change the font. Can this be done in iOS also? When I start typing an email in the mail app then copy and paste from notes the font is always different. Looks bad to me. Thanks again for the preferences tip.
 
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