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LibreOffice is the most popular open-source office suite out there, not only you can install LibreOffice on your windows pc but can even run it on your Linux machines natively, in fact, it might already be preinstalled on your Linux machine, I love it! but something I am not really a fan of is the default font “Liberation Sans” font.
So I like it change it to something like Arial! And in this article, I’ll tell you exactly How to set Default Fonts in LibreOffice. So open your LibreOffice Writer, and let’s get started!
1. On the ribbon bar select “tools” and select “Options” from the dropdown list,
2. A new window will open. Now expand the LibreOffice writer section by clicking that little plus sign, then click on “Basic fonts (western)”
3. To change the font click on that little arrow beside the default section, and select whatever font you like, for the demonstration I will select Arial.
4. Now finally click “apply” then press “okay”.
And you are done! You can try closing the current document and reopening a new document to see the changes!
What is LibreOffice?
LibreOffice is a free and open source office suite by The Document Foundation which is just like Microsoft’s Office suite, the difference being that LibreOffice is free and open source while Microsoft office is paid,
What are LibreOffice writer, calc, impress and draw?
Libreoffice writer is like Microsoft word, LibreOffice calc is like Microsoft excel, white impress is just like Microsoft PowerPoint, and draw is like Adobe illustrator.