If it shows how to maintain the font style when adding text to each
I'd very much appreciate seeing your presentation.
On Mon, Jul 23, 2012 at 7:46 PM, Dan <email@example.com> wrote:
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 font.
I like to use differing fonts but within any one file, I want to use
the same font.
This had been added to another email thread, so I have created a new
one with this.
Anne: I have a slide presentation that looks rather closely to how
Impress works. At one time it was based on the Getting Started with
Impress. If you want me to send it to you I will. It is 1.3 MB. It
discusses using styles which allows you to define what font you want to use
for each style. For example, I used the style "Title" for the heading of
all of my slides. All the slide headings have Bitstream Vera Sans Bold
Italic Size 44. By changing the font and its characteristics in the "Title"
style, I change all of this for every slide heading at one time.
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