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On Tue, 12 Nov 2013 07:28:03 -0700
Oogie McGuire <> wrote:

1. Some cells in Calc have mixed size formatting in them or mixed
Huh, I'd forgotten you can do that. And yes, if I have a cell with
mixed fonts, selecting the cell and changing the font or size affect
all the contents in the cell. Selecting all cells changes all cells
that have only one font or size, but affects only the parts of the
mixed cells that haven't been individually changed. I guess this could
be desired, if you have individually changed part of a cell, and then
want to change the default, you don't want to affect the changed part
of the cell, but also you may want to set everything back to default,
and you can't. The same behaviour is exhibited with bold.


But if you first select all cells, then right click and "Clear Direct
Formatting", then everything returns to normal font, size and
bold-ness. Of course this gets rid of all other types of formatting
too, like cell backgrounds...


This may be a complicated issue, as in the correct functionality
depends on what you are trying to achieve, and would be hard to guess
at beforehand.

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