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Hi :)
Please can you elaborate a bit on that?  I mean do you change the "depends on property"?  

When fonts or other formatting don't behave after applying a style i usually try applying a 
completely different style and then re-apply the formatting i really want.  That generally seems to 
fix the problem.  However there must be something else lurking in there because it doesn't always 
fix it.  

So my 2nd route is to cut and re-paste as unformatted text 
Shift Ctrl v
and then apply the various styles to the relevant parts of the pasted text.  It often takes quite a 
bit longer.  

So, if there is a better way then that would be great to know.  
Regards from  
Tom :)  

From: Fernand Vanrie <>
Sent: Monday, 18 February 2013, 9:12
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] head format does not change

Jaap ,

probably, the "depends on property" of the format is involved in this behaviour

hope it helps

In a document is a Head 1 preformated and in Arial font

Now I come across a Head 1 in Verbena. So I do change the Head 1 into an other format and than 
back to Head 1
Now I expect this Head 1 to be in Arial (because that is the way Head 1 in this doc is 
But nothing has changed.

How come, what to do?

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