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|Summary:||Importing MS Word footnote file|
|Component:||code||Assignee:||AOO issues mailing list <issues>|
|Status:||CONFIRMED ---||QA Contact:|
|Issue Type:||ENHANCEMENT||Latest Confirmation in:||---|
Description shmuelh 2004-03-18 06:47:08 UTC
When I imported the attached MS Word file with many footnotes, the footnote numbering in the imported document only made the first digit superscript, and left the other digits as regular script. Thus, for example, for footnote 243, only the digit "2" was superscripted. Another probled - but not necessarily OO. One of the reasons I imported the document into OO was because I had deleted footnote 242 and MS Word refused to renumber, thus leaving me with 241 followed by 243. I hoped that OO would renumber automatically, but it left the same gap in numbers. Finally - just noticed this: while the footnote numbers are consecutive, if you look in the text itself, footnote 11 repeats "11" for the next ten footnotes, and then changes to "22" for the next 10 numbers, and then to 33, 44, etc. Sorry about the morbid content, but it's a book I'm editing on death, etc.
Comment 1 shmuelh 2004-03-18 06:50:27 UTC
Created attachment 13890 [details] MS Wor file with many footnotes (plus a little Hebrew)
Comment 2 flibby05 2004-03-18 15:07:01 UTC
confirming all 3 aspects of issue with 1.1.1rc3 Win98 SE maybe related to issue 12933 -- Additional comments from cmc Fri Jul 18 00:02:2-0800 2003 -- ?
Comment 3 michael.ruess 2004-03-22 11:23:52 UTC
The footnote number (from the footnote area, not the anchor) has been deleted in Word. This is not possible with OO Writer's footnote numbers. Thus it can't be displayed correctly in Writer.
Comment 4 bettina.haberer 2004-06-04 13:18:53 UTC
Issue type and target set.
Comment 5 Unknown 2004-07-21 20:50:06 UTC
Please add keywords: ms_interoperability
Comment 6 bettina.haberer 2010-05-21 14:59:54 UTC
To grep the issues easier via "requirements" I put the issues currently lying on my owner to the owner "requirements".