I have created a table with fixed cell width (set it in pt). In different versions of LO Calc in Windows 7 this table printed in one page, but in Ubuntu 14.04 the table is printed: 5 cells in first page and 2 cells in next page.
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1) if you save a table into the format .ods, bug is reproduced?
xlsx is enemy format of file
2) Set font Liberation Sans for all sheet, save file to xlsx and open it in Windows and Ubuntu? Bug is reproduced?
1) I'm using Office Open XML format for saving table.
2) I've tried to save file without any text and use Arial font.
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Sceershot of Print Preview
The table is displayed in a one page by default. See the attachment sceershot. So I can not confirm this bug.
Created attachment 120685 [details]
2 pages ubuntu 14.04 Libre 5
Created attachment 120686 [details]
2 pages ubuntu 14.04 Libre 4
I add 2 screenshot with this bug. I first met this problem in version 4 of the Office. I thought that this is a "feature" of render, but after tagezi comments there, I'm sure it was a bug.
Sorry for my English.
Created attachment 120687 [details]
column width (cm), up on Windows, down on Ubuntu-MATE
column width changes in Ubuntu-MATE 15.10 (LO 184.108.40.206)
I confirm this bug for
Windows 7 and LO 220.127.116.11
Ubuntu-MATE 15.10 and LO 18.104.22.168.
Set status to NEW
if table from attach save to format .ods, then it opens in Ubuntu-MATE correctly. all 7 cells on one page
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So, XLSX has different fixed column width in Linux and Windows Calc versions.
But, since Windows Calc and MS Excel open it similarly, it's Linux Calc issue.
Reproduced in Ubuntu/Mint with LO 5.1 but not with LO 5.3, so I close as WFM.
Feel free to reopen if tested otherwise.