How to Change Text Fonts in the Google Sheets Application
In the previous discussion, we reviewed how to change the text font in the Google Docs application. As for this opportunity, the discussion is also still around text fonts, namely how to change text fonts in the Google Sheets application.
There is a slight difference between changing the text font in Google Docs and Google Sheets. If you don’t know how to replace it, please refer to the following tutorial until it’s finished.
1. Open the app Google Sheets on your cellphone, then tap plus sign in the lower right corner.
2. Select new Sheets file. If you choose a new Excel file, it’s also not a problem, because changing the text font in Spreadsheet and Excel is more or less the same. As for this tutorial, the selected option is the new Spreadsheet file.
3. Select a cell you want to change the text font. Please note, the text font Google Sheets default is arial.
4. If you have selected a cell, please pull circle to the area you want.
5. If the area is already selected, please tap it format.
6. Tap fonts.
7. Change the Arial font to another font.
8. If you have chosen a font, please tap a cell.
9. Try writing text in the selected area, for example “test,” then the results are more or less like the one below.
The text font only applies to the cells you have selected. In this tutorial, the selected cells start from row 25 to columns A, B, C. If you write in anything other than the selected cells, the text font will still be arial.
If your Spreadsheet file is not new like the tutorial above, then the method for changing the text font is the same where you only need to select the cells you want to change the font for, then select the font you want to use.
That’s how to change the text font in the Google Sheets application, hope this is useful.