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remygauthier wrote
Option 2: Use Search and Replace. Place your cursor in the Find box and
then then click Format... Configure to Arial Unicode MS 11, then place
your cursor in the Replace box, hit Format... again and put Liberation
Serif 12. Then "Replace All". Probably a safer option...


I did copy/paste text from elsewhere (OCR) but used the Pure Text utility
when importing to make sure I only got unformatted text.

However, at some point, I made the wrong decision to use Arial Unicode MS 11
instead of Liberation Serif 12 for paragraphs. It shows when reading the
EPUB on my e-reader (the font is bigger:
<>  ).

On closer scrutinity, some paragraphs are Default Text while others are Text
Body: Is there a way to turn all "Default Style" to "Text Body"? This option
seems unavailable in the Find & Replace dialog.

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