Re: Incorrect page numbering on PDF export (Win11)

2024-04-12 Thread Dr. Martin Senftleben

Hi,

I can confirm it. I have however used LibreOffice in Linux to convert 
the document. Which I would guess points at a problem within the 
document and not with OpenOffice.
My guess would be that some settings for those tabs have been altered, 
maybe accidentally, which cause these results. I don't have much time to 
dig deeper into it, I only looked at settings in printer area, which I 
usually never use, and saw that these are set (i.e. someone entered them 
manually). The cause for the problem may be related to this, but I am 
not sure.


Am 11.04.24 um 17:11 schrieb Robert Rath:

Good idea!

Here's an attachment ods file with the resultant PDF I created via 
Export to PDF feature. The issue is with the following tabs:

- "BILAGA II" (numbering erroneously indicates 5 when it should be 4)
- "BILAGA III" (numbering erroneously indicates 4 when it should be 3)
- "BILAGA X" (page number starts at 2 and number of pages indicates 8 
when it should be starting at 1 and up to page 7)

Can you reproduce this issue if you open the ODS file and do a PDF export?

Best Regards, Robert

On Thu, Apr 11, 2024 at 4:51 PM W. Robert J. Funnell, Prof. 
mailto:robert.funn...@mcgill.ca>> wrote:


Robert -

You can hide your confidential data using Edit > Find and Replace.
Make sure the 'Regular expressions' box is checked, enter [a-z] in
the Find field, and enter x in the Replace field. If you then click
on Replace All, every lower-case letter will be replaced by x.
Similarly, you can use [0-9] to replace all digits by something.

I don't know what the policy is here for attachments. If they're
allowed, there may be a maximum size.

- Robert #2


*From:* Robert Rath mailto:robert.kis.r...@gmail.com>>
*Sent:* April 11, 2024 07:43
*To:* users@openoffice.apache.org
 mailto:users@openoffice.apache.org>>
*Subject:* Incorrect page numbering on PDF export (Win11)
Dear OpenOffice Support,

I have a OpenCalc file that contains several tabs that when I export
as PDF
(landscape A4) some of the page numbers (done seperately per tab) are
incorrect in the resulting PDF. For example, one the exported tabs skips
page 1 and starts at page 2. Another tab has correct page numbering
but the
total number of pages in that tab is incorrect (i.e. displays 1 of
8, 2 of
8, etc. when it should be 1 of 7, 2 of 7).

Due to the confidential nature of the data, I will not attach the
OpenCalc
file in question to reproduce this issue for the entire user group.
I can,
on the other hand, send it to someone who is internally involved in
bugfixing/reproducing issues. Thanks for your time.

Best, Robert



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Re: Incorrect page numbering on PDF export (Win11)

2024-04-11 Thread Robert Rath
Good idea!

Here's an attachment ods file with the resultant PDF I created via Export
to PDF feature. The issue is with the following tabs:
- "BILAGA II" (numbering erroneously indicates 5 when it should be 4)
- "BILAGA III" (numbering erroneously indicates 4 when it should be 3)
- "BILAGA X" (page number starts at 2 and number of pages indicates 8 when
it should be starting at 1 and up to page 7)
Can you reproduce this issue if you open the ODS file and do a PDF export?

Best Regards, Robert

On Thu, Apr 11, 2024 at 4:51 PM W. Robert J. Funnell, Prof. <
robert.funn...@mcgill.ca> wrote:

> Robert -
>
> You can hide your confidential data using Edit > Find and Replace. Make
> sure the 'Regular expressions' box is checked, enter [a-z] in the Find
> field, and enter x in the Replace field. If you then click on Replace
> All, every lower-case letter will be replaced by x. Similarly, you can
> use [0-9] to replace all digits by something.
>
> I don't know what the policy is here for attachments. If they're allowed,
> there may be a maximum size.
>
> - Robert #2
>
> --
> *From:* Robert Rath 
> *Sent:* April 11, 2024 07:43
> *To:* users@openoffice.apache.org 
> *Subject:* Incorrect page numbering on PDF export (Win11)
>
> Dear OpenOffice Support,
>
> I have a OpenCalc file that contains several tabs that when I export as PDF
> (landscape A4) some of the page numbers (done seperately per tab) are
> incorrect in the resulting PDF. For example, one the exported tabs skips
> page 1 and starts at page 2. Another tab has correct page numbering but the
> total number of pages in that tab is incorrect (i.e. displays 1 of 8, 2 of
> 8, etc. when it should be 1 of 7, 2 of 7).
>
> Due to the confidential nature of the data, I will not attach the OpenCalc
> file in question to reproduce this issue for the entire user group. I can,
> on the other hand, send it to someone who is internally involved in
> bugfixing/reproducing issues. Thanks for your time.
>
> Best, Robert
>


Example_PageNumbering.ods
Description: application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.spreadsheet

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Re: Incorrect page numbering on PDF export (Win11)

2024-04-11 Thread W. Robert J. Funnell, Prof.
I'm using LibreOffice 24.2.1.2 and I see the same incorrect page numbering that 
you see.
- Robert


From: Robert Rath 
Sent: April 11, 2024 11:11
To: W. Robert J. Funnell, Prof. 
Cc: users@openoffice.apache.org 
Subject: Re: Incorrect page numbering on PDF export (Win11)

Good idea!

Here's an attachment ods file with the resultant PDF I created via Export to 
PDF feature. The issue is with the following tabs:
- "BILAGA II" (numbering erroneously indicates 5 when it should be 4)
- "BILAGA III" (numbering erroneously indicates 4 when it should be 3)
- "BILAGA X" (page number starts at 2 and number of pages indicates 8 when it 
should be starting at 1 and up to page 7)
Can you reproduce this issue if you open the ODS file and do a PDF export?

Best Regards, Robert

On Thu, Apr 11, 2024 at 4:51 PM W. Robert J. Funnell, Prof. 
mailto:robert.funn...@mcgill.ca>> wrote:
Robert -

You can hide your confidential data using Edit > Find and Replace. Make sure 
the 'Regular expressions' box is checked, enter [a-z] in the Find field, and 
enter x in the Replace field. If you then click on Replace All, every 
lower-case letter will be replaced by x. Similarly, you can use [0-9] to 
replace all digits by something.

I don't know what the policy is here for attachments. If they're allowed, there 
may be a maximum size.

- Robert #2


From: Robert Rath mailto:robert.kis.r...@gmail.com>>
Sent: April 11, 2024 07:43
To: users@openoffice.apache.org<mailto:users@openoffice.apache.org> 
mailto:users@openoffice.apache.org>>
Subject: Incorrect page numbering on PDF export (Win11)

Dear OpenOffice Support,

I have a OpenCalc file that contains several tabs that when I export as PDF
(landscape A4) some of the page numbers (done seperately per tab) are
incorrect in the resulting PDF. For example, one the exported tabs skips
page 1 and starts at page 2. Another tab has correct page numbering but the
total number of pages in that tab is incorrect (i.e. displays 1 of 8, 2 of
8, etc. when it should be 1 of 7, 2 of 7).

Due to the confidential nature of the data, I will not attach the OpenCalc
file in question to reproduce this issue for the entire user group. I can,
on the other hand, send it to someone who is internally involved in
bugfixing/reproducing issues. Thanks for your time.

Best, Robert


Re: Incorrect page numbering on PDF export (Win11)

2024-04-11 Thread W. Robert J. Funnell, Prof.
Robert -

You can hide your confidential data using Edit > Find and Replace. Make sure 
the 'Regular expressions' box is checked, enter [a-z] in the Find field, and 
enter x in the Replace field. If you then click on Replace All, every 
lower-case letter will be replaced by x. Similarly, you can use [0-9] to 
replace all digits by something.

I don't know what the policy is here for attachments. If they're allowed, there 
may be a maximum size.

- Robert #2


From: Robert Rath 
Sent: April 11, 2024 07:43
To: users@openoffice.apache.org 
Subject: Incorrect page numbering on PDF export (Win11)

Dear OpenOffice Support,

I have a OpenCalc file that contains several tabs that when I export as PDF
(landscape A4) some of the page numbers (done seperately per tab) are
incorrect in the resulting PDF. For example, one the exported tabs skips
page 1 and starts at page 2. Another tab has correct page numbering but the
total number of pages in that tab is incorrect (i.e. displays 1 of 8, 2 of
8, etc. when it should be 1 of 7, 2 of 7).

Due to the confidential nature of the data, I will not attach the OpenCalc
file in question to reproduce this issue for the entire user group. I can,
on the other hand, send it to someone who is internally involved in
bugfixing/reproducing issues. Thanks for your time.

Best, Robert


Re: Incorrect page numbering on PDF export (Win11)

2024-04-11 Thread nshiffrin
I only use Open Office for text documents.  What I found helpful was to use the 
page numbers at the bottom right to guide my numbering. I don't use the 
formatting programs.
-Original Message-
From: 
Sent: Apr 11, 2024 4:46 AM
To: 
Subject: Incorrect page numbering on PDF export (Win11)

Dear OpenOffice Support,

I have a OpenCalc file that contains several tabs that when I export as PDF
(landscape A4) some of the page numbers (done seperately per tab) are
incorrect in the resulting PDF. For example, one the exported tabs skips
page 1 and starts at page 2. Another tab has correct page numbering but the
total number of pages in that tab is incorrect (i.e. displays 1 of 8, 2 of
8, etc. when it should be 1 of 7, 2 of 7).

Due to the confidential nature of the data, I will not attach the OpenCalc
file in question to reproduce this issue for the entire user group. I can,
on the other hand, send it to someone who is internally involved in
bugfixing/reproducing issues. Thanks for your time.

Best, Robert



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