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Cor, thanks for your response. I did attempt to isolate the problem as you describe, but I do not get consistent results. For example, in some cases I was able to save the file with most of the elements in the new sheet, yet when I tried it yesterday I tried to save the file after adding the new sheet but with nothing in it. It crashed again. Also, I should add that none of the formulae, charts, etc., refer to anything on another sheet -- all self-contained. Also, I didn't want to post a bug report immediately until I've eliminated operator error, which frequently occurs.

(Sorry for the delay in responding. I had surgery yesterday and wasn't up to doing much experimenting.)

Interesting situation, that I've not been able to reproduce on Ubuntu (3.4.4) nor in Win7 on my VM (3.4.3).

Would it be possible for you to cut down in file / formulea etc. to see if there is a specific element that makes this crash happen? I'm sure the devs would really appreciate that, cause then they can fix the bug. Or maybe it is possible for you to share a file that crashes, so that others can test? Attachments are not posted to the list, so you must share via nable, or another on line spot.

thanks for your post!

 - Cor
DnL wrote (08-01-12 20:00)
I have been trying to add an additional Calc sheet to two files already
containing 4 or 5 sheets, one for each year. The file was originally
done in OOo. I am using Win7-64 and L.O. 3.4.4. In some cases, just
adding a new sheet results in an L.O. crash upon trying to save the
file. In other tries, I can add a new sheet and save the file, but when
I copy the previous sheet's data, formulae, charts, etc., and paste it
into the new sheet, I am unable to save the file because L.O. crashes.

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