where do i set up fonts used by confluence

we write docs with MSWord, some get pasted into confluence, then later that text needs to be copy/pasted back to word.

confluence lets me choose HEADING1 HEADING2 etc but where are fonts associated with same?  

if we can coordinate these fonts things might work better.

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think that the only serious way that you can do that is with a Confluence plugin that allows the use of a .dotx file from MS Word to be used to create MS Word style sheets to export into. From what I have seen the basic export to word is rudimentary, works, but takes formatting work after the fact to make the word doc look the way you want.

An example of a plugin (and there are others as well) would be Scroll Office on the Atlassian Market Place.

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