Created attachment 80952 [details]
DOCX containing a 'Quick Table'
DOCX was created in Word, and in the DOCX there was a 'Quick Table' inserted.
When opening the DOCX in LO and saving it as a NEW.DOCX - the table's layout is different (width of table is entire page, instead of just half a page).
In addition, the font colors and sizes are wrong.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Load attached DOCX in LO
2. Save as NEW.DOCX
3. Open NEW.DOCX in Word - table looks different than original
Table is exported wrong to DOCX
Table should be exported correctly to DOCX
Operating System: Ubuntu
Version: 220.127.116.11.alpha0+ Master
I can confirm this using Mac OSX 10.8.3 with Version: 18.104.22.168
Build ID: 1b3956717a60d6ac35b133d7b0a0f5eb55e9155; and Word for Mac 2011.
Created attachment 89352 [details]
DOCX exported by LO with table that looks different
Created attachment 89359 [details]
Screenshot comparison between original DOCX and exported DOCX
Verified on Build:libo-master~2013-12-11_02.11.28_LibreOfficeDev_22.214.171.124.alpha0_Win_x86 .
Now Quick table formatting is preserving.
on master branch @commit 5c39b6b997ddc85e6848efc230a427a124b97264
I am still able to see mismatch in rendering of table contents.
There is visible difference in spacing of the contents.
Created attachment 93428 [details]
style reveal side bar showing differences in formatting.
Spacing values are differing, table styles are not applied in saved file.
Unclear if this is still a problem - looking for additional QA input. Moving to UNCONFIRMED. Thanks for your understanding and patience.
(In reply to Nikhil Walvekar from comment #6)
> Created attachment 93428 [details]
> visual mismatch
> style reveal side bar showing differences in formatting.
> Spacing values are differing, table styles are not applied in saved file.
Looking at a .docx I saved with LibO 4.4 alpha from Nov 12 in MSO 2013. Preferred width of the cell is 1.27 cm (incorrect) like in the screenshot. Cell margins left & right are 0,19 cm (incorrect). Win 8.1.
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