|10 Apr 2011||#4|
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Sticky Notes uses the Segoe Print font by default. You can copy and paste text with a different font from other programs (ex: WordPad) into a Sticky Note, but you cannot change the font in Sticky Notes.
I would recommend to give the free program Stickies a try. You are able to do so in it.
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