>>> I tried to install open office 1.0 on redhat linux 7.3, it works except
>>> for a minor flaw. the font of menu(just the menu, the font of document
>>> has no problem) is so ugly and very hard to see. I don't know why. I
>>> tried to change the locale of my desktop environment, the problem is
>>> still the same. so anyone knows how I can chanbe the font of open
>>> office's menu? is it because of the default font of x-server? if so how
>>> can I change the default font of x-server?
>> I think that this question is addressed in the OpenOffice FAQ.
>>> any comment are appreciated.
>> Er, http://www.openoffice.org/faq.html <- does that count?
> From /usr/OpenOffice/README:
> In OpenOffice.org you can change the font used for screen display and
> printing by replacing it with a different font installed on your system.
> This can be done using the font replacement function. Choose Tools -
> Options - OpenOffice.org - Font Replacement to access this function. To
> change the font of the OpenOffice.org user interface, you have to replace
> the default font "Andale Sans UI" with another font and mark the "always"
> setting for this replacement. Refer to the OpenOffice.org Help for a
> detailed explanation of the dialog.
thanks for the tip, I solved the problem, I can't find the 'Andale Sans UI',
but I do find a font called 'Interface User', then I replaced it with the
font I want, it works. thanks
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