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Font Size Changes when Hitting <Enter> Key

Discussion in 'Microsoft OneNote' started by chris r, Mar 26, 2010.

  1. chris r

    chris r Flightless Bird

    I have been scratching my head about this one for some time. I've looked all
    over the place and cannot find a solution.

    I have my default font as Calibri 11. I type, copy/paste from web pages,
    etc. Nothing special. When I hit <Enter>, the font size stays the same,
    Calibri 11.

    Then, and I'm not sure how it starts, but then I hit <Enter> and the font
    size changes to Calibri 9. When it starts, it keeps happening for all editing
    in that section of text. If there are two paragraphs of text in a bulleted
    list, one can have the issue and the other can be fine. It doesn't matter
    that I manually change the font size back to 11, change it at the end of the
    previous line, at the next line, highlight the entire note container and
    change everything to 11. The text that has this unintentional "property"
    stays, and the unaffected text stays fine. But the unaffected text may
    eventually switch over, it depends on the cause and once I edit the
    unaffected text and "introduce the cause", it becomes a permanent property of
    the text.

    It does not happen during simple typing and list creation. I think it is
    related to copy/paste of web page information since the link added at the
    bottom is Calibri 9. Turning that feature off is not desirable though, and
    I'm not certain that is causing the problem to surface anyway since doing a
    copy/paste and editing the resulting text doesn't always make the problem
    surface.

    This happens on both OneNote 2007 and OneNote 2010, and happens often.

    Thanks in advance for any help and I apologize if there is a solution out
    there that I could not find.

    - Chris
     
  2. John Guin [msft]

    John Guin [msft] Flightless Bird

    I've noticed this too...

    As a temporary workaround, I create a second outline below the first. This
    will use the font I expect (set in tools \ options). After I'm done, I
    SHIFT+drag the second outline to merge it back with the first.

    --
    Thanks,
    John Guin
    OneNote Test Team
    http://blogs.msdn.com/johnguin


    "chris r" wrote:

    > I have been scratching my head about this one for some time. I've looked all
    > over the place and cannot find a solution.
    >
    > I have my default font as Calibri 11. I type, copy/paste from web pages,
    > etc. Nothing special. When I hit <Enter>, the font size stays the same,
    > Calibri 11.
    >
    > Then, and I'm not sure how it starts, but then I hit <Enter> and the font
    > size changes to Calibri 9. When it starts, it keeps happening for all editing
    > in that section of text. If there are two paragraphs of text in a bulleted
    > list, one can have the issue and the other can be fine. It doesn't matter
    > that I manually change the font size back to 11, change it at the end of the
    > previous line, at the next line, highlight the entire note container and
    > change everything to 11. The text that has this unintentional "property"
    > stays, and the unaffected text stays fine. But the unaffected text may
    > eventually switch over, it depends on the cause and once I edit the
    > unaffected text and "introduce the cause", it becomes a permanent property of
    > the text.
    >
    > It does not happen during simple typing and list creation. I think it is
    > related to copy/paste of web page information since the link added at the
    > bottom is Calibri 9. Turning that feature off is not desirable though, and
    > I'm not certain that is causing the problem to surface anyway since doing a
    > copy/paste and editing the resulting text doesn't always make the problem
    > surface.
    >
    > This happens on both OneNote 2007 and OneNote 2010, and happens often.
    >
    > Thanks in advance for any help and I apologize if there is a solution out
    > there that I could not find.
    >
    > - Chris
     

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