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Hello everyone,

Just uploaded the newest version of the Calc Guide on the Feedback Folder
(chapters and compiled files were updated). Sorry about the delay.

Steve, about your suggestions:
- The footnotes were all changed to match with the orientation on the wiki
page (item 11 on the "How to compile a book" section).
- As for the font problem, I could not check, because I wasn't getting that
kind of message, but in the new CG70-Calcguide.pdf, I noticed that
the LiberationSans-Bold font is embedded in the file, can you check again?
Is there anybody else with this issue?
- On the VBASuppot or VBA Support options, I vote to keep everything in
VBASupport to match with the macro code of the example.
- About the repeated info on the VBA Properties, since it is not that much
of paragraphs, I vote to keep it, thinking in the user that goes straight
to Chapter 14 for information.

I believe everything else was covered.

I would like to share a brief experience on the link leading to the wrong
page. The cause of it was the usage of hidden sections in each chapter.
When assembling them in the master document, they were successfully hidden,
but the page links were showing a different number. I managed to overcome
this by deleting all the sections of the compiled book, and by doing this,
I had to remove manually the unwanted pages from the chapters, such as
contents and copyright pages. Is this supposed to work like this, or there
is something wrong with my LO version? If this is the standard, I would
suggest a note about this on the AssemblingMasterDocument.odt on the
Contributor Resources folder.

Best regards,
Felipe Viggiano

Em sex., 6 de nov. de 2020 às 20:04, Felipe Viggiano <> escreveu:


I agree with you, just did what you suggested.

Everything noted I will start to work on those issues right now. Expecting
to return it by Sunday.

Best regards,
Felipe Viggiano

Em sex., 6 de nov. de 2020 às 13:08, Dave Barton <>

On 06/11/2020 00:05, Felipe Viggiano wrote:
As soon as I can fix every issue pointed I will surely let you know.

One question to the group:
I'm using the Published folder for the files, should I move to the Draft
folder and put back on Published only after finishing?

Best regards,
Felipe Viggiano

Hi Felipe,

The current Calc Guide 7.0 NextCloud workspace is the only one which
still has the "Draft" and "Feedback" folders. The other mainstream 7.0
guides have been moved over to the new simplified workflow. I did
consider changing the Calc Guide 7.0 folder structure, but since there
were a number of people actively working on that guide it seemed best to
leave structure alone and avoid possible disruption or confusion.

I see that Steve has given you a few points to consider before moving to
final publication, so I suggest you move copies of all the odt chapter
files and compiled books back into the "Feedback" folder until you are
fully satisfied that the guide is ready for final publication and then
move all the finished content over to the "Published" folder.

The reason I suggest keeping the "Published" folder empty for now, is
that some native language projects look to that folder for files on
which to base the translation or adaptation into their language.

Your choice, but I would also suggest the 3 files currently sitting in
the "Feedback" be moved to the "Archive" folder.


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