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I have not been able to find how to change the size of text in a Confluence page I am writing. I can only change the Style (say headings 1 to enlarge) to do that but I do not want to do that.
Is there any other way?
You can use the knowledge base below to change the font
While it may seem a pain there is actually a real reason for this. My hunch is this won't change in the future. The main reason is that Confluence is meant originally to be a document repository. Typically you want all your documentation to adhere to the same standard for font/sizing so, they have not included it so that you don't have some goofball who is stuck in the 90s writing documentation in Comic Sans and the font is not available for the rest of the users.