Working with Word
A custom toolbar is the ideal place to put shortcuts for the fonts you regularly use. With a custom fonts toolbar, all you have to do is click a button to switch fonts. Here’s how to create a custom toolbar and add fonts to it.
To create a toolbar:
Right-click any toolbar and select Customize from the shortcut menu.
In the Customize dialog box, click the Toolbars tab.
Click the New button.
In the Toolbar Name box, enter a name for your new toolbar (“Fonts” would be a good one).
Click OK. A tiny little Fonts toolbar appears on your screen.
To add your favorite fonts to it:
In the Customize dialog box (which should still be open), click the Commands tab.
Under Categories, click Fonts.
In the Commands box, find a font you want to include and drag it to the Fonts toolbar.
Repeat Step 3 until you've added all the fonts you want.