How To Change Default Fonts in Notes in Mountain Lion OS X – With the release of Smartphones, now, Apple and all other manufacturers are diminishing the difference lion between Desktop and Mobile OS. Microsoft released Tablet-based user interface for Windows 8 while Apple released the Notification Center and Notes App in the Mountain Lion. Notes app is a smooth an amazing app which works in a similar pattern as it used to work on the iOS. Default font in the Notes app is “Noteworthy”. If you are among those who users who don’t like the fonts in this new app, you can follow the simple tip explained below to change those fonts.
- On your Mac, Open the Notes app
- You will see a “Format” option in the top menu, Click on it.
- Select the “Font” and “Default Font”
- Change the “Noteworthy” to “Helvetica”
That’s it! You can also select the other font which is basically the default font in the Mac OS X Mountain Lion. Changing fonts in the notes app of iOS is also very simple; you can simply change it from the settings of “Notes”.
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