I have a font that I downloaded that I would like to apply to an existing document, but the font size I need is consistently 5.5pt less than the font size in the TTF file I downloaded. So if I want to use the font, I have to go through the document and change each instance of that font to have a size 5.5pt less that it was before.
Is there any way to scale the font down so I don't need to change the font size over and over in my document?
I apologize if this question is novice or impossible, I am quite new to graphic design.
Text with font size of 24pt
Text with font size of 19.5pt (5.5pt less)
Please let me know if this is possible, and if so, how to so it.
I think for this time, you have to change all the font size in your document manually.
In Microsoft Word and most Adobe programs have character and paragraph styles. In general, you should create styles, set all your formatting rules in a style, and then apply the style throughout your document.
In the future, you just need to modify the styles rather than the who document.