Use the Text button to apply the selected font to all equations in the document. Use the font drop-down list to select another installed math font instead of XITS.
So, can you change the default font for equations to any font installed on your PC? Unfortunately, no. You can only change it to another math font, such as XITS (which is very similar to Times New Roman). Insert an equation, and then click on the dialog launcher,, at the bottom right of the Conversions group on the Equation ribbon tab. Word displays the Equation Options dialog:
If you apply a non-math font to an equation, you can keep the math fonts in place, but not force them on the equation. For example, if you apply a non-math font such as Times New Roman to a formula containing an equation, the original text will be displayed in the selected font, but the math font will remain in place.
If you have text formatting on a document that also contains equations, the selected font will be used only for the text. However, the math font will remain in place, since the equation is added to the document. d2c66b5586