Cley Faye wrote:
That's interesting. Examining the beginning of one of the "big" sheets in
both case, we see that LibreOffice is *very* verbose with what it save. If
I understand it correctly, LO save informations about *every* cells,
including empty ones. Which is very odd, since it does not do it with
Yes, I also looked at it, I inspected sheet 7 (and it brought my computer to a grinding halt).
It contains all the cells until column IW, which is 231 columns!
As this sheet has 10423 rows, that is a lot of data.
So the question is: why did it not optimize away the empty cells?
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Re: [libreoffice-users] [Calc, LibO 4.4] Bug on .ODS to .XLSX file conversion? · James Knott
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