Steps to reproduce:
1. Open attachment 68077 [details] from bug 55620
2. Save it as .DOCX
3. Open it in MSO Word
Observed behaviour: the background is gone and the document has 297 pages instead of 11.
Similar behaviour seen if exporting to .DOC
Build ID: d30522e46ca884e9bc74af21711d9537e8118859
CPU threads: 4; OS: Linux 4.10; UI render: default; VCL: gtk3;
Locale: ca-ES (ca_ES.UTF-8); Calc: group
[Bug found by office-interoperability-tools]
Regression introduced by:
author Justin Luth <email@example.com> 2017-09-28 15:22:08 (GMT)
committer Justin Luth <firstname.lastname@example.org> 2017-10-11 17:42:40 (GMT)
commit e69473539a33da5450d3878999eba7f9bfb9e631 (patch)
parent bb1a1e367e049d8f2ea30187b329d370bfd2c6ef (diff)
tdf#55528 ww8import: import table width percent
Bisected with: bibisect-linux64-6.0
Adding Cc: to Justin Luth
Yuck: a terribly designed document full of unused tables in tables which runs right to the edge of the paper (or past).
Prior to the regression, import table spills off the screen, appears to be blank, and miraculously the layout matches the number of pages (11) seen in Word 2003.
After the regression, the table runs to the print margin (not to the edge of the page), appears to be blank, and is shortened to 7 pages long.
Reversing the column width (from 99%, 1% to 1%, 99%) mostly "fixes" the document for both before and after the regression.
I don't know why MSWord allows a 100% table to spill over the edge of the page. I'd guess it is a bug on their part related to all those table-in-tables somehow.
Hopefully a simpler document shows up that better exposes any bugs. This document that already hide all of the content is only unusable in a different way now.
The regression patch was for import. This bug report primarily focuses on export, so that means an uncovered existing bug? The huge number of pages is because of the 1% width column, so the content goes on forever now that it isn't hidden off-page.
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