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In my version (LO 5.0.3), the bullets look like they come from the Open
Symbol font. Are you sure this font is available on your system (you
can check by looking at the list that appears in the font pulldown on
the formating toolbar)? It could be that LO's font substitution picks a
font similar to Open Symbol and this causes your "10 ball"  to appear.
If the font is not available on your system, you can download it from
many different sites and install it.
Rémy Gauithier.
Le dimanche 17 janvier 2016 à 06:44 -0600, E.W. a écrit :
Libre Office Version: (x64) on Windows 7 Home (x64) SP1

In Writer, All my documents with bulleted lists .. the graphic for
bullets have all changed to a ten ball as in Pool Ball number 10.
It's the first graphic in the bulleted list graphic choice list. The 
second choice is the plain black dot.

How do I get my plain dots back and get rid of that ugly 10 ball? ALL
documents in Writer, even my old documents before this new version,
changed to that ugly 10 ball for bulleted lists.  I have to go
the whole document and change each bulleted list bullet back to plain
black dot. Not very productive.

I have a custom default template in place.. it just changes the 
font/size, margins, on screen page size, and indentation settings.

I can't change that black 10 ball bullet (default) to a better
bullet... or I don't know how to do it.


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