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Default Where do I got to change the fonts??

I am having fun playing around with your website and I have been adding new things, but I would like to know where I can go to add the new fonts for the H1 and other text that appears in Content placement section. On the Visual Studio tool bar I see that you can change the color, the size, you make it italic, you can do all kinds of neat things, but how do you change the fonts from Arial to Bookman or some other type of font. I can't see to find the available fonts list on the Visual Studio toolbar anywhere.
You know that in Dreamweaver you select just about any text you want and and you can see a list of fonts in the properties section at the bottom of the Integrated development environment or you can change them on the tool bar but on Visual Studio, I don't see that on the toolbar like you do on DreamWeaver. I guess Dreamweaver has a leg up on Visual Studio 2012 in that regard. I guess what I am asking is can you apply different types of fonts for the content that is in the markup section of the application.

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Hi there,

You change fonts in the CSS files directly. Take a look at the themes' files to see what I mean. You'll see something like this:

    Defines the main font used throughout the entire site.
  font-family: Arial, Sans-Serif;
Just assign a different font to the font-family property. In this example, the Universal selector (*) is used but you can use font-family in other selectors as well.

Hope this helps,

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