Created attachment 69250 [details]
Attached file contains original MS Word numbering, which does not show in Writer
When opening MS Office 2010 word document (docx) in Writer, all automatic numbering for Figure, Table and Equation numbers are blank. Numbering in MS Word was created using Reference and Cross-Reference feature and has been the standard way to do automated numbering in Word for several versions now. The document was created and edited in MS Word 32, running on Windows 7 64 bit machine (32 bit version of Office is generally recommended by Microsoft)
Original docx file attached for your verification.
reproducible and confirmed with LO 22.214.171.124. (Win7 Home, 64bit)
All numbering for figures and equations are missing. If you open the same file in Word 2007 everything is fine.
In addition, I recognized two further bugs.
First, the images and text in the header and footer are grey in the original Word document (opened in Word 2007), but in LO they are black.
Second, in the orginal document the page numbering in the header is aligned right, but in LO this is missed and the page numbering is following right after the header text.
I can reproduce that with 126.96.36.199 on Linux (Gentoo's prebuilt binary package), both with the attached file and some other real-world files as well.
The annoying part is that this numbering is not preserved after a save, so it's effectively a case of a (minor) data loss.
Apprently the 'Figure Number' in the caption was fixed in master.
*** Bug 57791 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
(In reply to comment #3)
> Apprently the 'Figure Number' in the caption was fixed in master.
Failed to reproduce that. (see Bug 71310). When I roundtrip attachment 80191 [details] (open using LibreOffice, re-save it as .docx with different name, reopen it with LibreOffice) the number is generated first correctly. Right after that (repainting) it result in a wrong caption number. See mentioned bug for more details.
At least, the behavior is improved :-)!
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Could not reproduce.
Build ID: 88805f81e9fe61362df02b9941de8e38a9b5fd16
Changed to RESOLVED WORKSFORME.