Callouts - Font Size Auto

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I often set a Callout to be a specific size for my needs.  I would like to see if the font could be set as a "Default" currently in 12.2.0.1656 I am "stuck" with the Arial font, when my company has "another" font that it uses / Brands.  I would like to have an option to set it as "default" and always use it.  But that is second to this.  Also being able to type ahead to get to what I want.  Maybe my font choice is WingDings, why can't I start to type WingDings in the HUGE font selection that I have and allow me to get to that one without scrolling and possibly missing it!?
But for the Callouts, is there an option to have the font RESIZE automatically as I resize my Callout?  Often I want to have the font size be the "Biggest" it can be in the Callout that I have.
Having an option to make it "LARGE" sets my emphasis and as I resize it, it allows me to make the emphasis one that I choose instead of having a default size.
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Matthew Carter

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Posted 5 years ago

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Manny Carvalho, Champion

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Set what you like in a Quick Style.  Format your callout as you like then right click and set it as a Quick Style.  Your formated callout will then be available to you in the Callout Styles drop down list.

While there's no option to automatically resize fonts you can highlight the text, right click and easily resize.  Normally I start with the callout properly sized and then add text.

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Matthew Carter

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Write a reply   Thank you, this is an enhancement request.  I can build the callouts on my own, but I use a program that does it.  It's about making things easy and not having to manually do things.  If I put all the options that I want up in the Quick Style then I'll have a list as long as my 24" display and it won't be helpful.
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Ok but your comment was about starting with one font vs another.  I'm not sure how that translates to a huge list.  But perhaps I didn't understand what your request was.

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