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You can control the font family, size, color, and spacing inside the forms themselves or use custom css and/or JS to control the look and feel.
The css that is referenced automatically refers to the generic MKTO css that is in place - but again, this can be over-written.
Hope this helps!
While that specific CSS file is not editable, as Brigid said above, you can override the styles in that file by adding CSS to either your template HTML or by adding in a custom HTML block to your landing page.
Thanks Brigid & Kenny.
I must have something going on in the HTML template (I'm including the Marketo LPs on my pages via iframes). I am not having this problem with other forms. On this one set of forms, I cannot change the font characteristics - which is why I suspect I've got something else, somewhere, controlling the font attributes. But I just have not been able to find it yet...
Are the other forms, the ones that you can manipulate, iframed into your website/CMS? How are you manipulating the styles on those forms? The CSS for the iframed form needs to go on the landing page where the form is located.