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As long as you didn't set font sizes by hard formatting, but exclusively by using named paragraph styles, this is extremely simple: Look for 'Styles and Formatting' (Sidebar / F11) select 'Paragraph Styles' from the icons (supposed to be selected anyway), and pick the 'Default Style' from the list. This is the base style many others inherit from. If you 'Modify' it to a larger font size you will see all the styles that inherit from 'Dfault Style' adapting on the basis of their relative font size. Two additional base styles (not inheriting from Default on theit behalf) are 'Text' and 'Table Contents'. If you use these style or styles that inherit from them you need to manually adapt the size for 2 additional styles, too. Embedded 'Math' objects have their own base size.

As long as you didn't set font sizes by hard formatting, but exclusively by using named paragraph styles, this is extremely simple: Look for 'Styles and Formatting' (Sidebar / F11) select 'Paragraph Styles' from the icons (supposed to be selected anyway), and pick the 'Default Style' from the list. This is the base style many others inherit from. If you 'Modify' it to a larger font size you will see all the styles that inherit from 'Dfault Style' adapting on the basis of their relative font size. Two additional Additional base styles (not inheriting font size from Default on theit behalf) are 'Text' 'Caption'‚Table, 'Table Contents' and 'Table Contents'. 'Text'. I do not know all the details about their relations. If you use these style or styles that inherit from them you need to manually adapt the size for 2 additional styles, size, too. Embedded 'Math' objects have their own base size. size.

As long as you didn't set font sizes by hard formatting, but exclusively by using named paragraph styles, this is extremely simple: Look for 'Styles and Formatting' (Sidebar / F11) select 'Paragraph Styles' from the icons (supposed to be selected anyway), and pick the 'Default Style' from the list. This is the base style many others inherit from. If you 'Modify' it to a larger font size you will see all the styles that inherit from 'Dfault 'Default Style' adapting on the basis of their relative font size. Additional base styles (not inheriting font size from Default on theit their behalf) are 'Caption'‚Table, 'Table Contents' and 'Text'. I do not know all the details about their relations. If you use these style or styles that inherit from them you need to manually adapt the size, too. Embedded 'Math' objects have their own base size.

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As long as you didn't set font sizes by hard formatting, but exclusively by using named paragraph styles, this is extremely simple: Look for 'Styles and Formatting' (Sidebar / F11) select 'Paragraph Styles' from the icons (supposed to be selected anyway), and pick the 'Default Style' from the list. This is the base style many others inherit from. If you 'Modify' it to a larger font size you will see all the styles that inherit from 'Default Style' adapting on the basis of their relative font size. Additional base styles (not inheriting font size from Default on their behalf) are 'Caption'‚Table, 'Table Contents' and 'Text'. I do not know all the details about their relations. If you use these style or styles that inherit from them you need to manually adapt the size, too. Embedded 'Math' objects have their own base size.