Created attachment 48060 [details]
How to repeat:
Create a new spreadsheet, assign fonts and background colors to cells, select them, Ctrl-C copy them. Open a new presentation, Ctrl-V paste them. Observe how styles are completely lost.
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Thanks for bugreport
Meanwhile use this as workaroud: paste to Impress using Ctrl-Shift-V, select "Calc 8" there.
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reproduced in 3.6.0 rc on Fedora 64 bit
Font color, background color, cell borders and may be something other are lost during copy-pasting from Calc to Impress
I think it's not a bug. We can do it with Paste Special > calc8, then we can edit within Impress with double-click. (I'm using LO 220.127.116.11 - Win7 32bit)
Please feel free to REOPENED if you don't agree
1. Copy-pasting something of one module of LO to another is very often used functionality. Should work correctly. For example tables from Calc to Impress.
2. Creating OLE objects as described in workaround results in many other bugs. It is just fast. But not wise. More proper way is creating screenshot and paste it.
Is the same problem as 47514, because the problem is that impress/draw will throw away any formatting for tables.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 47514 ***