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From bugzi...@apache.org
Subject [Bug 117973] PPT: Unable to view and export the attached presentation file using OO Impress
Date Sat, 09 Jun 2012 20:21:17 GMT
https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=117973

J-P. Varwijk <varwijk@gmail.com> changed:

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--- Comment #5 from J-P. Varwijk <varwijk@gmail.com> ---
Investigated bug with following:
- Windows 7 Home Premium 6.1.7601 SP1 Build 7601
- OpenOffice.org 3.4.0 A00340m1 (Build: 9590) - Rev. 1327774
- Microsoft Office Powerpoint 2007 SP3 MSO
- Default country and language: Netherlands and Dutch

Replicated the finding using attachment "Impress preview issue" (Facebook.ppt)

Steps and findings:
1. A. Selected above link to attachment and chose Impress to open it
   R. The slides were displayed as black both in the Slides pane and in the
edit
      pane (Normal tab). Red underlining suggests that spell checking noted
text 
      to underline.
      The line and filling toolbaar all buttons are faded and Line style, Line
      width, Line color and Area style filling are empty. 
      Only line style has selectable pull down menu.

2. A. Selected Outline tab
   R. All the slides texts are shown. Text of the first slide is selected.

3. A. Selected Notes tab
   R. All 21 slides appear as black with spell check underlining

4. A. Selected Handout tab
   R. Empty handout pages

5. A. Selected Slide Sorter tab
   R. All slides shown as black.

Follow up tests:

1. A. Opened another instance of Impress. Selected Open existing presentation
      in Presentation Wizzard radio button. Facebook.ppt (downloaded with 
      FireFox 12.0) and clicked Open.
   R. Bug was replicated

2. A. Opened another instance of Impress. Selected Open existing presentation
      in Presentation Wizzard radio button. Facebook.ppt (downloaded with
      Internet Explorer 9) and clicked Open.
   R. Bug was replicated. 

3. A. Downloaded the file and immediately opened it with Powerpoint. Then 
      stored it on local drive. Opened it with Impress.
   R. File opened without visible problems. Was readable and looked
      similar to the Powerpoint version.

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