Thanks for your response.
Unfortunately, it's 'clear as mud' ;-)
(1) - I want to be able to make the font of a single file
automatic ... not necessarily using that font again in another file.
(2) - the style of the file otherwise is defaulted for that file
... just not the font.
(3) - F11 does nothing in Impress; nor any of these F keys in
(4) - propagate ... hierarchy ... ??? [from gardening to
history-genealogy ... ]
(5) - FR LibO ??? [parlez-vous francais?]
On Tue, Jul 24, 2012 at 1:16 AM, Jean-Francois Nifenecker <
Le 24/07/2012 01:56, anne-ology a écrit :
Is there some way, while in Impress, to make the desired font the
default for that particular file?
it's so frustrating to have to continually re-apply the text's
Yes, it is.
The answer is: styles.
In Impress, there are two styles categories : images and presentations
(display them using F11).
In the images category, setting Default style font will propagate to the
others, because Default is their common parent (select the Hierarchy option
at the bottom of the styles window).
In the presentations category, apart from the outline1..9 styles, styles
have no parent. So you'd have to set outline1 font (which will propagate to
the outlineX styles) and to set each of the other styles font to get to
what you're looking for.
Disclaimer: the names used above are a free translation from my FR LibO.
Jean-Francois Nifenecker, Bordeaux
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