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    Question [11.10] How do you change the default formatting on LibreOffice? (Spreadsheet)

    Hi. I have recently been making a lot of spreadsheets and have found it a lage pain how I must set the same formatting for all cells on all sheets in all spreadsheets (* I accidently type spreadsheeps before)

    I have found the default formatting button very useful for font and size, however I do not like the way the text is positioned in each cell. I wish to find out a way (complicated if you must) to change the default formatting.

    In case It matters I will add the formatting
    Size: Default
    Colour: Default
    Font: Default
    Horizontal Alignment: Centred
    Vertical Alignment: Middle
    Wrap Text: True/ Yes/ Ticked








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    Last edited by JoshuaMiller0; November 8th, 2011 at 01:34 PM. Reason: Removed Irritating Distraction Amongst Text

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    Re: [11.10] How do you change the default formatting on LibreOffice? (Spreadsheet)

    Modify the "default" template (From "Format" - "Styles and Formatting").

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seb71 View Post
    Modify the "default" template (From "Format" - "Styles and Formatting").
    Thanks

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