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Same for me as well. I can set the defaults to whatever, save the file, then reopen in LO (I am using Impress), and it is back at Liberation Sans 18.

This is a real problem for us, as we use LO and our clients use MS Powerpoint - so 1 open pptx in powerpoint, make changes, save as pptx 2 open saved pptx file in LO Impress, do whatever you want to the defaults, save it as pptx (no changes) 3 open the pptx saved by LO in step 2 above in Powerpoint => All of the blank cells in all the tables in the pptx file are all changed to Liberation Sans 18 Which trashes the format of all the tables as the rows get bigger => if you open this same file again in LO the tables are all fine, but if you click on a blank cell in a table and look at the character properties, they are all Liberation Sans 18 (somehow LO knows not to change the row size if cell has no text, but I think in powerpoint the font /size is associated with the cell)

Sigh - this will cost me several hundred powerpoint licences

Same for me as well. I can set the defaults to whatever, save the file, then reopen in LO (I am using Impress), and it is back at Liberation Sans 18.

This is a real problem for us, as we use LO and our clients use MS Powerpoint - so 1 - open pptx in powerpoint, make changes, save as pptx 2 - open saved pptx file in LO Impress, do whatever you want to the defaults, save it as pptx (no changes) 3 - open the pptx saved by LO in step 2 above in Powerpoint => Powerpoint

All of the blank cells in all the tables in the pptx file are all changed to Liberation Sans 18 Which trashes the format of all the tables as the rows get bigger => bigger

if you open this same file again in LO the tables are all fine, but if you click on a blank cell in a table and look at the character properties, they are all Liberation Sans 18 18

(somehow LO knows not to change the row size if cell has no text, but I think in powerpoint the font /size is associated with the cell)

Sigh - this will cost me several hundred powerpoint licences

licences

Same for me as well. I can set the defaults to whatever, save the file, then reopen in LO (I am using Impress), and it is back at Liberation Sans 18.

This is a real problem for us, as we use LO and our clients use MS Powerpoint - so - Powerpoint

open pptx in powerpoint, make changes, save as pptx - pptx

open saved pptx file in LO Impress, do whatever you want to the defaults, save it as pptx (no changes) - changes)

open the pptx saved by LO in step 2 above in Powerpoint

All of the blank cells in all the tables in the pptx file are all changed to Liberation Sans 18 Which trashes the format of all the tables as the rows get bigger

if you open this same file again in LO the tables are all fine, but if you click on a blank cell in a table and look at the character properties, they are all Liberation Sans 18

(somehow LO knows not to change the row size if cell has no text, but I think in powerpoint the font /size is associated with the cell)

Sigh - this will cost me several hundred powerpoint licences