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This is not a bug. I guess the document was written in a bi-directional
enabled Writer using Hindi Numerals.
To fix it do:
UI elements for Bi-Directional writing
2- OK (which closes options)
3- Go to options->Language_Settings again and then you should find
"Complex Text Layout" or "Bi-Directional Layout" or something like that
(3rd in the list).
4- General_options->Numerals=Context (I guess it should currently be Hindi)

Respond back if this answer worked.

 Sina Momken

On 08/10/2013 06:01 AM, shared you wrote:

I have a strange problem. Whenever I type numbers (1, 2, 3, etc.) they don't show up in English 
alphabet, but in some unknown language (see the picture [1]). Whenever I copy-paste to other 
applications, it shows up correctly as 1, 2, 3, etc. I have set English (USA) as my language, but 
this bug affects only numbers! I don't have this problem in other applications.



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