Bug ID: 106042
           Summary: Calc does not use all the default template formatting
                    when creating new sheet
           Product: LibreOffice
           Version: release
          Hardware: All
                OS: All
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: normal
          Priority: medium
         Component: Calc

Created attachment 131272
«Normal» sheet and newly added sheet

I created a new Calc template with the following cell formatting parameters
changed compare to the default template:
1) font-face;
2) font size;
3) row height;
4) column width;
5) text alignment.

Than I declared my new template to be the default one. Newly created documents
(each containing 3 sheets in my case) are based on that template, no problem.
However, when I add a new sheet to the just-created document, it has row
height, column width, text alignment as if I used the default Calc template.
Only the font and size thereof are what I want them to be.

Almost the same problem is described in the bug № 81397 (see comment 8, Linux
Mint 17.3 Cinnamon 64 bit). I decided to create a new bug per request by Kevin
Suo (comment 9). I witnessed it in LO 5.3.0 on both Windows 7 x32 and Windows 7
x64. I believe this bug to be more serious than № 81397 is, since here
something goes wrong with a few formatting parameters. I found description of
that bug on several forums as well.

The only workaround I could invent is to clone any existing sheet and delete
all cells of the clone. Neither exactly elegant, nor very convenient solution.

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