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For me I tried to navigate bugzilla to report  continuing bugs where 2 formatting issues occur 

1. Some cells in Calc have mixed size formatting in them or mixed fonts (parts are in Geneva 10 and 
parts in Geneva 12) I can go in by hand to each cell, select the piece that is the wrong size (12 
point) change the font size and save the spreadsheet. At some point in the future (and no it is not 
consistently the next time) I re-open the file and those corrections are gone, the fonts are back 
to mixed size. It happens all the time but I can' get a small spreadsheet to demonstrate the 
problem. The one I am using that has the problem contains 15 years worth of sheep data and records 
and has a number of separate sheets in it. I've tried to copy out smaller sections and while I can 
get the small ones to have the mixed font issue when I change the font in them it seems to stay 

2. Alternatively I click on the upper left blank cell above the row and column number lines to 
select the entire spreadsheet. Change the font and or size . Cells with a single font and size in 
the text change as expected but any cells with mixed sizes do not. 

Unfortunately bugzilla is worse than difficult to use and now it's even harder to find out how to 
do that. 

On Nov 12, 2013, at 6:53 AM, Charles-H. Schulz wrote:

Yet another way to look at it is that the number of volunteers
reporting the bug or making it an issue to tackle over the various
collaborative and communication channels we have around the project.

Eugenie (Oogie) McGuire 
Desert Weyr  
Paonia, CO USA

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