I have selected all the text in the paragraph, tried ctrl-m, tried reapplying the paragraph style,
opening the paragraph style and changing the font and then apply, none of these things affect the
On January 10, 2020 11:29:56 AM UTC, Pieter van Oostrum <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
John Sweeney <email@example.com> writes:
I am using 6.3, vanilla ubuntu. I continue to have a lot of problems
getting the font of a paragraph to obey the paragraph style
instead it tends to default to a font called "Default paragraph font"
something else and no amount of removal of direct formatting or using
ctrl-m helps. Anyone got any ideas?
Is this the Default paragraph style, or your own style?
If it is your own style, did you select the text and apply this
paragraph style to all the text? Otherwise the paragraph will be in the
You apply a style to the selection by double clicking on the style in
the Styles and Formatting side pane or in the Style selector.
Also your own style will have to specify itself for Next Style,
otherwise the next paragraph will again be the default style.
Pieter van Oostrum
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