Created attachment 115587 [details]
Build ID: 5b3a30f40a7ce476922649b734f6ede1c2fdef4b
TinderBox: Win-x86@62-merge-TDF, Branch:MASTER, Time: 2015-05-13_01:52:36
Locale: en-US (en_US)
1) Open attached original.xlsx
2) Right click on the icon in the top left;
3) Click "position and size"
Look at size values
Observed: 0.37" for both height and width
Microsoft Office 2013 shows both at 0.38" - it is *very* slightly noticeable to the eye.
Excel 2010 - size 0,95 x 0,95 cm = 0,374 x 0,374"
1" = 2,54 cm
Interesting. If the file has been made with office 2013 and the height/width was set to 0.38" then both excel 2010 and LO could have it wrong. Or was the file made with some other package ? Then office 2013 could be wrong here.
The file is a template from MSO 2013.
So I'm not sure if there is an issue.
The image has a width of 9.525mm which translates to 0.375".
Measuring the size with a screen ruler the image might be 1 pixel smaller in calc or not. Unless someone can measure a real difference (more than the 1px that I might have or not) I consider this ok.
If there is a 1px difference it might just be a rounding difference similar to the one that we get for the shown size.