Been at this well over an hour, reading various posts, seem to be getting closer … These directions from another post have come the closest to working:
- opened an empty document
- File->Templates->Save as Template … etc. named it ‘Nimbus Roman’
- File->Templates->Manage Template … and opened ‘Nimbus Roman’
- opened the styles navigator on the right, has a hierarchical view, right clicked on “Default Paragraph Style” and changed the font to, you guessed it, Nimbus Roman
Then I did this:
- File->New->Templates and selected my template for a new document using the template just made
Checked, indeed the ‘default paragraph style’ for the new document is ‘Nimbus Roman’, also the font for ‘text body’ is ‘Nimbus Roman’ …
So the first thing I need to type is the title of course. I go to the style drop down, it is showing ‘Default Paragraph’, so I select instead ‘Title’. I start typing. $#@!! it is still ‘Liberation Sans’.
Can someone please explain is there a way to set the ‘Default Paragraph Style’ so that the children of the default paragraph style all inherit the setting?