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#Click ''Accessibility''.  
 
#Click ''Accessibility''.  
 
#Click on the checkbox to '''remove''' the checkmark beside ''Use automatic font color for screen display''
 
#Click on the checkbox to '''remove''' the checkmark beside ''Use automatic font color for screen display''
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#Click ''OK'' to close the Accessibility window.
 
#Save the document and re-open it.   
 
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Latest revision as of 13:04, 1 July 2018


I change the font color, but it still looks black. Why?



The Accessibility option is probably set to display the font in one particular color on your screen. To change this,

  1. Choose Tools > Options
  2. In the Accessibility window, click OpenOffice.org
  3. Click Accessibility.
  4. Click on the checkbox to remove the checkmark beside Use automatic font color for screen display
  5. Click OK to close the Accessibility window.
  6. Save the document and re-open it.

The chosen font color should now appear.

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