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Changing the fonts used in Déjà Vu.

This option allows you to define different fonts or font sizes to the main project, translation memory, or termbase view (the primary windows) and the AutoSearch, lookup, or scan windows (the secondary windows).
This option allows you to define different fonts or font sizes to the main project, translation memory, or termbase view (the primary windows) and the AutoSearch, lookup, or scan windows (the secondary windows).

Setting the font

Click on the version of Déjà Vu you are using, below:

Déjà Vu X2 Déjà Vu X3
   

The default font setting that Déjà Vu X2 comes with is Tahoma 10. You can change both font and size information.

To change the font setting

  1. Access the menu options Tools>Options.
  2. Click the Display tab to display the corresponding page.
  3. Click the Language drop-down arrow and select a language.
  4. Click the Window Type drop-down arrow and select a window type.note
  5. Click Change.
    The Font dialog appears.
  6. Select the font, style, and size you want Déjà Vu X2 to use when displaying text in this language.
    You should be able to see the new font in the Sample area of the Font dialog.
  7. Click OK to accept the font settings.

The default font setting that Déjà Vu X3 comes with is Tahoma 10. You can change both font and size information.

To change the font setting

  1. Access the menu option File>Options>Display.
  2. Click the Language drop-down arrow and select a language.
  3. Click the Window Type drop-down arrow and select a window type.note
  4. Click Change.
    The Font dialog appears.
  5. Select the font, style, and size you want Déjà Vu X3 to use when displaying text in this language.
    You should be able to see the new font in the Sample area of the Font dialog.
  6. Click OK to accept the font settings.
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