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selecting font only, with NO "text style"

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i have adobe premiere elements 10.  when i insert text, it won't allow me to put in a simple font only; say arial, or calibri.  it used to allow that.  it now ALWAYS has some "fancy" text style selected.  you can select any certain font to be used, but it will be in some one of the styles; ie, one of those style boxes is always highlighted.  how can i get it so that no style box is highlighted?   can i reinstall the software?

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selecting font only, with NO "text style"

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i have adobe premiere elements 10.  when i insert text, it won't allow me to put in a simple font only; say arial, or calibri.  it used to allow that.  it now ALWAYS has some "fancy" text style selected.  you can select any certain font to be used, but it will be in some one of the styles; ie, one of those style boxes is always highlighted.  how can i get it so that no style box is highlighted?   can i reinstall the software?

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May 03, 2017

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By right-clicking on any Text Style, you can set it to be your default title style.

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I am not a novice; but i am not real far from being a novice.  I think the software may be mal-function.  if you're typing a document in Word,  and you are using arial font,  you know what that looks like.  that is what i want.  i had been doing that in this short video, - putting phrases every 6 to 8 seconds.   But now, i cannot do that.  I can use the arial (or calibri, or kristen, or papyrus, etc)  but it is always in conjunction with one of the "text styles".   i cannot get just the plain font only.  i have tried tried everything i can think of to "unselect" a text style, but to no avail:  there is ALWAYS  one text style in use

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I have no idea why that would happen, steve. It's certainly not something I or most people experience.

You're saying that you can't change the font when you're editing your titles?

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i can change the font, but it is always used in conjunction with one of the styles.  i want the font only;  like you would experience when using in Word.

but thanks for concern.  do you know if i can uninstall then reinstall?

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I'm not clear what you're saying. If you can change the font, the color of the text and the font style, how is the Text Style affecting that?

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