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Subject [Bug 117337] Certain Slides Won't Print With Notes Option
Date Sun, 17 Jun 2012 06:51:05 GMT
https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=117337

Joe McConda <joemcconda@hotmail.com> changed:

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--- Comment #7 from Joe McConda <joemcconda@hotmail.com> ---
Bug 117337 - Certain Slides Won't Print With Notes Option

I was able to reproduce the bug in Open Office 3.4 AOO340m1(build9590)-
Rev.1325589

I was using an ASUS laptop with the following:
OS: Windows 7 Premium, CPU: Intel core i3 2350M@2.3GHz, RAM: 6GB

Steps:

1. Open OO Impress.
2. Right click link to file 7609 below,which is attached to this report.
3. Select "Open With".
4. Select "Open Office Impress". Impress will appear on the screen presenting
the file or the Open Office icon at the bottom of the screen will flash and you
click and Impress will appear.
5. Click "File" at the top left of the screen. The print window will appear.
6. Select "All Slides" from the Range and Copies section.
7. In the Print section,go to Document and select "notes" from the drop down
menu.
8. In the preview section in the left of the Print window, click the right
arrow to advance the slides.
9. Repeat these steps for files 76078 and 76566. (Also attached to this
report.)

My results were varied with the files that were attached to the report, and the
files that I had:

For files 76078 and 76566, there was only one slide and the Print window did
not have the option to select "notes".
For file 76079, the results were the same as described by ehouser. Slides 1 and
2 appeared as they should, but slides 3, 4 and 5 were blank and white when
advanced by the arrow. They printed out the same way on the printer.
The first file of mine that I ran was an Office 2007 power point presentation.
The second was an Office 2010 power point. Both of them displayed as they
should. There were 28 slides on the first file and 114 on the second. I did not
print them, but I advanced several of them with the arrow and they were all
normal.

By what the first tester said about the files attached to the report, I assume
that they were created in Impress.

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