The source files I am playing with are in ordinary (AMS)TeX, not LaTeX. I find TeX fontography (is this a word?) to be rather confusing. In other document processing (like OpenOffice or MSWord, or what not), the names of fonts are intuitive, and furthermore you see them right away. But in TeX, Knuth seems to have wrapped it into several layers of riddles, puzzles and mysteries. Recently an editor told me to change my manuscript into "Times font" (I imagine she meant "Times New Roman"). What is the default font that TeX uses if you do not specify anything (as I did not)? So how would I do everything in "Times font" I have
\magnification 1200 and that is the main text size I need.
In addition, I had some fonts like below for the titles that have then to be changed as well, except for their sizes...
\font\titlefontp=cmssdc10 at 15pt %title fonts, bold \font\titlefontd=cmssdc10 at 20pt \font\titlefontt=cmssdc10 at 30pt \font\titlefont=cmssdc10 at 40pt \font\ninesl=cmsl9 at 15pt \font\titlefontpa=cmr7 scaled \magstep4% at 15pt %\loadcmmib \font\tencmmib=cmmib10 \skewchar\tencmmib='177 %italic bold in math
In a word -- how do I tell TeX to give me "Times font" output in those sizes?