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I'm having a consistent problem with some fieldd in a very large Calc spreadsheet.

I'm on a Mac and running LO Version (Build ID: f969faf)

One of my columns is a wide field with a lot of text. I have my default font set to Geneva and the 
size to 10.

For some reason in some of the cells parts of the text have been set to font size 12. I can go in 
and by hand select just that portion of the cell, change the font size back to 10 and it looks like 
it works. Save the file, close LO and re-open. Eventually the font size will change back to 12. It 
doesn't happen at once and it can take several open and closes before the problem shows up, hence I 
haven't been able to create a small version that shows the problem. 

Related is that if I select all the cells (via click in the upper left hand corner of the 
spreadsheet  and then try to set the font and size none of the contents of the cells will change to 
the new font or size options.

Can anyone offer any suggestions on how to:

1 - fix the edit of individual cells so that once a font change is made it sticks, permanently
2 - tell me how to globally change the entire document to be a specific font and or size and have 
that actually work.


Eugenie (Oogie) McGuire 
Desert Weyr  
Paonia, CO USA

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