*** additional information:
I tried OpenOffice 3.3 (still in my office computer) --> No problem there!
So, what is this Writer -> Calc problem?
(2012/08/21 20:42), Thomas Blasejewicz wrote:
I am working a translation (Japanese-German), using LOWriter + Calc 3.4.5
Both programs are set up to contain the same font.
Writer is used for writing the text, Calc to record special translation
terms I use (and want to remember).
BUT .... when I copy a term (Japanse, font = MS P Gothic, 10.5 point)
from Writer to an empty cell in Calc,
the text gets gets garbled up and the computer is not even able to tell
me what font that is.
And it does not matter HOW I copy, straightforward with Ctrl+V, paste
special, paste unformated text ...
the result is always the same! Unintelligible hiroglyphs.
Yet, it works the other way: copy a term from Calc, paste it into
Writer: no problem.
When I copy the same text from Word (original text is a Word file),
there are no problems at all.
Can somebody please explain to me what is happening here?
(the same thing has happend many times in the past and is VERRY annoying!)
Oh, I just tried one more thing.
I select a term in Writer to copy and paste it into Excel --> no problem!
So, why does copy and paste not work between Writer -> Calc???
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