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I noticed LibreOffice uses a font called "Liberian font" by default and when I tried opening it with Powerpoint at school it wouldn't work so I'm guessing this is the ...
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    Will changing LibreOffice font make it work with Powerpoint?


    I noticed LibreOffice uses a font called "Liberian font" by default and when I tried opening it with Powerpoint at school it wouldn't work so I'm guessing this is the reason why? I changed it to "Times New Roman" since Powerpoint should recognize that? Does this work?

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    That might work but you might also want to look a the format. I'M not sure about Libre but I know open office could save files in the Window$ format if you told it to.

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    I'm using the .pptx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharpghost6 View Post
    I'm using the .pptx

    I don't remember what format micro$aft uses for their presentation files. Look and see and I'll bet Libre office can save in that same format. I know MS Word uses .doc and open office can save in the .doc format.

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