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Hi :)
The main part of Dan's post was to ask for further info.  

Surely it's good policy to give people links into documentation and/or maybe give hints or a 
possible answer at the same time as asking for info in case that does turn out to help the user to 
solve the problem?  
Regards from
Tom :)

--- On Tue, 5/6/12, Agustin Lobo <> wrote:

From: Agustin Lobo <>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Impress: Default color for text is white
Date: Tuesday, 5 June, 2012, 6:05

Thanks for your answer, but, frankly, it's not useful at all. I'm asking a very specific question, 
thus answering with such a general advise is like telling "learn how to use a gps" to somebody who 
is asking you the directions to the closest hospital.  I can't believe changing the default color 
is so difficult in
Libreoffice. Back to Powerpoint.


2012/6/4 Dan Lewis <>:

<snip />

    Are you using styles to do what you want? Are the slide shows you
mention created using PowerPoint? Impress is designed to work with styles;
MS Office for years has not. (Recent version seem to have changed this.)
    My suggestion is to apply styles to the slide show. The Impress Guide
has instructions on how to do this and many more things as well.


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