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So far we have discussed style and size changes within a given typeface
family. If you want to use a different typeface altogether, such as Times or
Palatino, use `\switchtobodyfont[times]` or `\swtichtobodyfont[palatino]`. Here `times` and `palatino` refer to the name of the typescript definitions for the font. ConTeXt distribution comes with some pre-defined typescripts; if you want to switch to another font, you need to define your own typescript. For details, see [[Fonts | the page on fonts]].
== From font-var.mkvi [] ==

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