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The heavy handed way to clear this would be to rename your user profile and
start clean, recreate your template and migrate content to new documents.

However, if it is just one bullet that has gone awry, you should be able to
reset it in each document--but also edit and save the custom template

Locate the Bullets button on the Formatting toolbar--it has the Bullets
On/Off (Shift+F12)--tool-tip.
Click the triangle to open the panel, and then click on "More Bullets..."

On the "Bullets" tab one of the Solid circular previews (small or large) is
probably selected--make a note of which.
Select the "Options" tab.  Level shuld be 1-10, or possibly each level has a
different style. Number & Character styles should be bullet/bullets.

The dialog you are interested in is "Character:" and its "Select" button. It
will launch the "Special Character dialog"

Open it and see which glyph has been assigned to your #10 ball.  The errant
codepoint is probably U+277F or U+2793 from the Dingbats block, either way
in the 

The solid small circular bullet should be set to Unicode BMP U+2022 "bullet"
from the General Punctuation block.
The solid large circular bullet should be set to Unicode BMP U+25CF "black
circle" from the  Geometric Shapes block.

Set that back to the default and that should clear the issue with each
document. Do the same with your template .ott, and any new documents you
create with it should have the correct default.

Good luck and post back results.


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