Comments are here to help people fill spreadsheets and usually should not be printed
1. The user should not have to hide comments manually before printing
2. They should not print by default
3. Comment artifacts (arrow parts) should not bleed in printed cells when the comment itself is situated outside the print zone
4. it should be easy to toggle the print status of comments for a whole document
Excel 2007 does it right : calc forms are printed without arrow bits
Thanks for new idea
in 3.5.3 disabling of printing comments not implemented yet
Workaround: File->Export as PDF, remove option "Export Comments", then print resulting pdf file
Build ID: own W7 debug build
Windows 7 Professional SP1 64 bit
Edited summary according to http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/BugReport
Bug rule is: one issue per report.
1. and 2. are probably the same.
Print-Comments is off by default but it doesn't behave well.
We have both Format-Page-Print-comments and Export as PDF - Export comments and we have comments shown/hidden possibilities.
When comments are hidden in Calc, comments options in both print/export seem to work fine. Comments are not seen and they are added as PDF comments in export.
But when comments are shown in Calc, unchecking comments options still prints shown comments. That seems wrong. If we have many comments and some are shown and some are hidden, we need that "don't print" comment option means no comments are printed, regardless if they are shown.
Yes from LO 5.4 we have "show/hide all comments toggle button" but that's something else.
As for 3. I'm not sure what it means, but it should be reported as a new bug.
As for 4. that was solved in LO 5.4 with Bug 84837 and Bug 107258.
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Same in Lo 6.5+.
We lack comments option in new print dialog from LO 5.3, same as in the old.
In the latest version 3.5.3, new idea of disabling printing comments has not been implemented yet which is not a good thing. Site https://www.paperwritingpro.com/our-services/dissertation/ for more info. Printed comments should be disabled by the default settings.
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