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From Lei Wang <lei.wang.l...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: request for enchancement of the define name function in calc
Date Wed, 08 Aug 2012 09:49:12 GMT
Hi Regina

I saw your comments in https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=120478

It is glad to know that ODF1.2 support sheet scoped defined name. It is
very important to comply with ODF1.2. So our plan will be changed to
Step 1, support interoperability with sheet scoped defined name in Excel.
Because the solution is ready. it is our first priority.
Step 2, support loading and saving ods file for sheet scoped defined name.
We will put it in our AOO3.5 plan.
Step 3, support create sheet scoped defined name in GUI in AOO.

On Wed, Aug 8, 2012 at 5:00 PM, Regina Henschel <rb.henschel@t-online.de>wrote:

> Hi shzh zhao,
>
> there is no need for modifying ODF, named-expressions with scope on one
> sheet are already specified and LibreOffice reads and writes such documents.
>
> I think the order should be the other way round. First make AOO read and
> write such named-expressions in ODF and then improve the import and export
> filter.
>
> Kind regards
> Regina
>
> shzh zhao schrieb:
>
>  hi,
>>
>> here is an interoperability issue in Aoo.
>> When loading VBA that contains defined name in Aoo, the names are changed
>> to a new one if the name is limited
>> in a worksheet in MS office.This will cause big problem.
>>
>> After my investigation,I found it is an limitation of Aoo. Because MS
>> Excel
>> 2003 can support worksheet scope defined name. but it can't be set in UI.
>> and Excel 2007 can define duplicate name for different sheet in its name
>> manager dialog.
>> When AOO loading a xlsx/xls file which has duplicated defined name, AOO
>> will only change the name to a unique one. But any other place which uses
>> the defined name is not changed, this is the root cause.
>>
>> this enchancement will be completed in 2 steps.
>> in Currently step, just focus on the interoperability of MS defined
>> name.,and not modify the ODF file format.
>>
>> if MS office defined range names with a sheet or a work book,import it in
>> Aoo,
>> make the name of work book in the original,but with a flag of global
>> name,for example,the name is "Name_1",it will be "Name_1" as before in
>> the define name dialog.
>> make the name of work sheet to the original,but with a flag of sheet
>> name,for
>> example,the name is "Name_1",it will be "Name_1 (sheet 1)" in the define
>> name
>> dialog if the name is defined in the sheet 1.
>>
>> here is the issue link:
>> https://issues.apache.org/ooo/**show_bug.cgi?id=120478<https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=120478>
>>
>>
>

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