In a sample document, there are a bunch of styles (in Garamond) based on Plain Text (Courier). I would like to change those styles to another font (Georgia, for example).
Since the styles in question are in Garamond but all based on Courier (from Plain Text) i would guess that each of the styles has had their fonts changed individually. Which makes me think i have to change each to the new font individually.
But… that can't be the only way to do this, right? There must be a way to make a wholesale font change to a group of styles like this. Or is there maybe something missing from my picture of how styles work.
If it matters, i'm using Word 2007.
Edit: I am not asking about replacing fonts with Control-H, unless you have a way to subsequently apply those changes to the affected styles.
Preferably the solution would be one that i could later explain to less-technical users how to do the same. So while the VBA solution might solve the problem for me this time, it is limited to script-savvy users.