The 'Default' cell style doesnt have font size set and as a result, opening an LO ods in excel results in a default font size of 11 and opening it in calligra results in a default font size of 9, rather than calc's default of 10.
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Confirming that on save to ODF, Default table-cell style has no fo:font-size set and that on opening into MS Excel an Excel default of 11pt is used rather than the 10pt size used by Calc.
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still repro in LO 188.8.131.52 on Windows 10
Eike commented on this topic:
"I think that setting the Default style's font to a fixed 10pt size is not the proper approach. If the problem is that font size is not written to file then the export should check for it and add it to the document's default style instead. I'm not sure at the moment where this internally used 10pt actually originates and why export omits it, but the Default standard style never defined a hard 10pt font size."
Quoting myself from my bug 139281:
(In reply to Buovjaga from comment #0)
> I was looking into bug 112559 "FILESAVE: ODS - Default cell style font size
> not set". It is indeed possible to solve it by editing
> sc/source/core/data/stlpool.cxx so it has
> #include <editeng/fhgtitem.hxx>
> and in ScStyleSheetPool::CreateStandardStyles()
> pSet->Put( SvxFontHeightItem( 200, 100, ATTR_FONT_HEIGHT ) ); // 10pt
(Just as an additional note on how *not* to solve this)
Here is my attempt at fixing this:
Hope this is the right approach.
Maxim Monastirsky committed a patch related to this issue.
It has been pushed to "master":
tdf#112559 sc: Expose font height via the Defaults UNO API
It will be available in 7.2.0.
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Let's close as fixed
*** Bug 106125 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***