On 02/17/2013 12:34 PM, webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote:
Perhaps what was meant: the document created in LO use
Hindu-Arabic numbers. However, it is very possible that someone whose
native language is Arabic uses different characters to write their
numbers. Perhaps MSW is using the latter way to write numbers. Evenso,
this does seem very strange.
On 02/17/2013 11:59 AM, Rogier F. van Vlissingen wrote:
I am working on a series of documents, chapters of a book, en every
set up footnotes with regular arabic numbers, 1/2/3/4/5 etc, but when I
send the file to a colleague, and she opens it up in MSW, it shows up as
I am at a loss any more as to how to change that, without doing it
for each and every reference???
You state "setup in arabic" and she "see it as arabic". Your
statement does not make sense.
You are using "standard" English numbering? Are you wanting Serif or
San Serif style - Times Roman vs Arial?
Did you define the font style of the footnote, or did you use the
Which fonts are you using? Does the receiver have those fonts?
Could you sent to me a clip of your screen showing the numbering style
used? Then I might be able to give you some better ideas.
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