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Subject: Re: [office] Table in presentation

Ma Yue,

We will need to preserver table structure - (access to table headers, column headers, rows, cells, columns, etc.).


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          Yue MA <mayue@cn.ibm.com>

          03/13/2006 11:35 AM





[office] Table in presentation

I think the table in presentation is more about to layout the content in a table structure that focusing the friendly content representation.

On my mind, there are two options for the specs:

1. leverage the existing ODF table spec but not same as the table in spreadsheet, just limit to basic table functions, make presentation table in <draw;frame> which make the spec simple and have some consistency with original table spec.

2. use the <draw:g> to represent the table with group shapes or text-box, adding specific specification, such as an attribute "table" of <draw:g> , also need add layout information and some constraint information. This solution is easy for existing ODF application to introduce the table support in presentation by leveraging the group functions.


Ma Yue

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