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In LibreOffice Writer, not the umbrella LibreOffice program, I select
Tools>Options to bring up the Options dialog box. I expand the
LibreOffice Writer section, and select Basic Fonts (Western).

In the larger right pane, I change the top one--Default and change
that to Bookman Old Style 11 point.

I make sure not to check ‘Current document only” and then click OK.

Yet, every document I’ve saved as plain text always opens to Courier 10.

If I open a blank document it will open to Bookman Old Style 11 point.

If I then save a plain text document (In Libre Writer) with the
Bookman Old Style 11 point, close it and then reopen it the document
still opens to Courier 10.

Has anyone experienced and solved this issue?

Thanks so much.


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