This bug was tested LibreOffice v4.4 running in windows 7 and Linux. It appears that LibreOffice mangles the tables when importing RTF files.
Steps to reproduce the bug:
1. Open the attached Demo-Hayden-Management.rtf document in Writer
2. Open attached Demo-Hayden-Management.rtf document in Word, onedrive, or AOO
3. Compare the documents.
Note how the spacing in the table on the bottom left of the first page is incorrect. In LO, "Projected Revenue" is on two lines and the rows of the table are effectively double spaced. AOO imports the table section of this document correctly.
Created attachment 107156 [details]
Comparison 4.4 vs Word2013
Created attachment 107158 [details]
Test document zipped to reduce size
Confirmed on 4.3.3 and master. This is a regression as it works correctly in 4.2.6.
Build ID: 425711faddb208efa97e869b885919fff9e570d0
TinderBox: Linux-rpm_deb-x86@45-TDF, Branch:master, Time: 2014-09-27_02:35:29
For a stripped-down test case see attachment 107159 [details]. The docx version, attachment 107160 [details] , correctly sizes out the table.
Added the RTF guru Miklos.
Narrowed down this bug to specifically deal with the size of the columns. Created Bug 84679 to address the issue of double spaced rows.
The "Projected Revenue" text in the B1 cell is in two lines on master as of 2014-09-30, but it should be a single line, as shown on the Word screenshot. However, on latest master this is already solved.
git bisect says 69bf37136c1386c7220f38a896aa9865bdae665f fixed this, so marking as duplicate of bug 83464.
Thanks for reporting anyway! :-)
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 83464 ***
Migrating Whiteboard tags to Keywords: (BibisectRequest, filter:rtf)
Remove redundant 'rtf_filter'.