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Font won't unbold

Font in my document is stuck on bold. I select and unbold but it won't work

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Is this for a TTF True Type Font or some other font format?

Assuming you're running Windows, it all depends on which operating system you're running. Typically PCs use True Type Fonts (TTF files), which are installed and stored in the Fonts folder, which is a sub-folder of the Windows folder.

Some True Type Fonts are only available in Bold, Italic, Normal and Bold Italic. Some are also available in more or less variations. Some fonts are only available in Bold, some only in Italic, etc.

You may need to check if you have the Normal font installed, and it may be the font selected is only installed in the bold version. Another possibility is your Normal font file might be damaged or corrupted to where it's no longer recognized by your system.

You can check out the Fonts folder to see if the typeface you're trying to use is installed properly in the Normal style.

If not, select another font and see if that works for you. This would be a good indication that it's simply a matter of the Normal font variation not being installed properly.

Hope this helps!

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