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Subject: Re: [office] Fwd: [opendocument-users] How to interpret the default-cell-style-name attribute in spreadsheets

Hi David,

On Fri, Mar 24, 2006 at 13:25:58 +0100, David Faure wrote:

> Can we address the following spreadsheet-related question?

> [... table:default-cell-style-name attribute ...]

I wonder why that popped up again after it was already discussed in
some detail back in February, see

> However, what isn't clear is whether this style should be used for
> every cell in the column / row, including those which are
> automatically created to fill in incomplete rows in the content.xml
> file, or whether this style should only be used on cells that are
> represented by a table-cell element in the content.xml file.

Only to cells represented by table-cell elements, whether being
"empty-repeated" or with content. There are no "automatically until end
of row" cell elements in an ODF document to which the style attribute
could apply.

However, I second that the wording of the specification in 8.2.1 is
a bit unfortunate and doesn't clarify on that, and the "Example: Table
with three columns" following the definition of
table:default-cell-style-name is not related.


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