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MS Word, Insert Text as Object font Problem

I've got a problem with the Insert, Text as object function.
When Importing a new document into an open document it does not keep the font of the original or the open document, but default back to times new roman.
Any ideas?
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koossa

8/22/2022 - Mon
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No, it is not that, I also thought it could be that.
My default font is set to Arial, 12
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Both the files are Arial.
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No, that does not work either.
Opened the original document, select all, change it to arial, saved it.
Opened the document that I want to insert, select all, change it to arial, saved it.

Close word, open the original document again, insert, text from file, select the document I want to insert and it is back to times new roman for that piece of the merged document.

Very weird!
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That is the strange thing, I have tried to save both as RTF files, with the same results.
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What I'm thinking is that the original document's style is set to Times New Roman.
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Thank you very much, will give it a try
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Thank you!