Google Docs uses a standard font when creating a document. If you’re not happy with its appearance, here’s how you can change the default font instead of manually tweaking it every time.
Launch your browser, open the Google Docs file and change the font. Click the dropdown and make sure the style is set to Plain Text. This refers to the main text style (excluding headings or headings) used throughout the document.
Note. Certain formatting can also be applied to the default font, such as size, bold, underline, color, and highlight.
Enter a few words or lines in the font of your choice and then select them with your mouse.
Then click Format > Paragraph Styles > Plain Text and then select Update ‘Plain Text’ to match.
Before saving changes to plain text, you can also change the default font for headings and headings.
To do this, select one of the options from the drop-down menu and start typing the desired font. We chose «Title» for this part, but you can change any of the options listed below.