Friday, August 5, 2016

How to change default fonts in Open Office Writer

How to change default fonts in Open Office Writer

August 5th 2016

For those of you out there using Apache's Open Office Writer there are many ways to customize and enhance the basic application. There are numerous extensions for various functions, and when you add some of these you end up making your program more functional to your own preferences.

Nevertheless, every time you create a new document you are faced with changing the fonts unless you really like Times New Roman (puke). This is an easy thing to change if you follow these simple steps.

From the menu above, select > Tools > Options > OpenOffice.org Writer > Basic Fonts (Western).
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In this window you can change the fonts, and sizes to anything you want in the various categories. Then just click OK.
If for some reason you want the original, just go back to this window and click Defaults.



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1 comment:

  1. In OpenOffice 4 for Mac there is no Command "Options" under Tools.

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