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We just had another thread about the same topic. As there was no answer there, I'm not so confident you will get one here. From very incomplete knowledge: Your template is a template for documents, not for objects (this including sheets, drawings, charts ..) that may or may not be additionally included.

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Just got it for your case. While there isn't a thing like a sheet style, there are cell styles of course. Don't change the font by direct formatting but modify the 'Default' cell style for your template as you want it before saving your template. See also: RottenTemplate.ots

{Ceterum censeo: You might consider not to use that ... font. If you do, you won't be able to distinguish an upper case "I" from a lower case "l" without a microscope (or calling the CODE() function).}

We just had another thread about the same topic. As there was no answer there, I'm not so confident you will get one here. From very incomplete knowledge: Your template is a template for documents, not for objects (this including sheets, drawings, charts ..) that may or may not be additionally included.

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Just got it for your case. While there isn't a thing like a sheet style, there are cell styles of course. Don't change the font by direct formatting but modify the 'Default' cell style for your template as you want it before saving your template. See also: RottenTemplate.ots

{Ceterum censeo: You might consider not to use that ... font. If you do, you won't be able to distinguish an upper case "I" from a lower case "l" without a microscope (or calling the CODE() function).}

Just got it for your case. While there isn't a thing like a sheet style, there are cell styles styles, of course. Don't change the font by direct formatting but modify the 'Default' cell style for your template as you want it to your needs before saving your template. See also: RottenTemplate.ots

{Ceterum censeo: You might consider not to use that ... font. If you do, you won't be able to distinguish an upper case "I" from a lower case "l" without a microscope (or calling the CODE() function).}

Just got it for your case. While there isn't a thing like a sheet style, there are cell styles, of course. Don't change the font by direct formatting but modify the 'Default' cell style for your template to your needs before saving your template. See also: RottenTemplate.ots

{Ceterum censeo: You might consider not to use that ... font. If you do, you (e.g.) won't be able to distinguish an upper case "I" from a lower case "l" without a microscope (or calling the CODE() function).}

Just got it for your case. While there isn't a thing like a sheet style, there are cell styles, of course. Don't change the font by direct formatting but modify the 'Default' cell style for your template to your needs before saving your template. template. (Use > 'Format' > 'Styles and Formatting' (F11, formerly 'Stylist'). The context menu for the 'Default' cell style will offer a 'Modufy' option.) See also: RottenTemplate.ots

{Ceterum censeo: You might consider not to use that ... font. If you do, you (e.g.) won't be able to distinguish an upper case "I" from a lower case "l" without a microscope (or calling the CODE() function).}

Just got it for your case. While there isn't a thing like a sheet style, there are cell styles, of course. Don't change the font by direct formatting but modify the 'Default' cell style for your template to your needs before saving your template. (Use > 'Format' > 'Styles and Formatting' (F11, -F11, formerly 'Stylist'). 'Stylist'. The context menu for the 'Default' cell style will offer a 'Modufy' option.) See also: RottenTemplate.ots

{Ceterum censeo: You might consider not to use that ... font. If you do, you (e.g.) won't be able to distinguish an upper case "I" from a lower case "l" without a microscope (or calling the CODE() function).}