Thanks, Brian. I've done all that, but Calc continues to revert to
Arial every time. I seem to not be able to save a new default font for
all new documents. As I recall, I could do that in versions of Calc
prior to 3.5.
On 2/23/2012 12:27 AM, Brian Barker wrote:
At 19:15 22/02/2012 -0500, Willy Williams wrote:
While I can hit F11 and change the current font in Calc to the
desired one, I seem to not be able to make that other font my
default. I've found the magic in Writer, but not Calc. Can someone
please enlighten me as to how to set a permanent default font in Calc
other than Arial?
o Open a new spreadsheet document.
o Click in the top left corner, where the row and column headers meet,
in order to select the entire sheet.
o Go to Format | Cells... | Font (or right-click | Format Cells... |
Font) and select your chosen font - or just use the Font Name box in
the Formatting toolbar.
o Repeat for Sheet2 and Sheet3 if desired.
o Go to File | Templates > | Save..., give the template a name, and
save it somewhere - probably in My Templates.
o Go to File | Templates > | Organize..., browse to and select the
template, and then click Commands | Set As Default Template.
This template will now be used when you create a new spreadsheet
(Calc) document, with the font set as you require. But I suspect any
new sheets you insert may fall back to Arial.
I trust this helps.
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