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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Applied
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: ODF 1.2
    • Fix Version/s: ODF 1.2
    • Component/s: Table
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      The <table:scenario> element defines a scenario for display on a another table. A table represented by a <table:table> element which contains a <table:scenario> child element is called a scenario table.

      A scenario are one or more cell ranges of a table whose contents temporarily replaces the contents of the cell ranges in the nearest non-scenario table preceding the scenario table in document order. If multiple scenarios are defined for a cell range, an user may choose between the scenarios. The names of the scenarios are the
      same as the names of tables which contain the <table:scenario> elements.

      The visibility of a scenario table is controlled by its style. Only one scenario table can be applied per table at the same time.

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      The <table:scenario> element defines a scenario for display on a another table. A table represented by a <table:table> element which contains a <table:scenario> child element is called a scenario table. A scenario are one or more cell ranges of a table whose contents temporarily replaces the contents of the cell ranges in the nearest non-scenario table preceding the scenario table in document order. If multiple scenarios are defined for a cell range, an user may choose between the scenarios. The names of the scenarios are the same as the names of tables which contain the <table:scenario> elements. The visibility of a scenario table is controlled by its style. Only one scenario table can be applied per table at the same time.
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      With minor changes to the last sentence:

      The <table:scenario> element defines a scenario for display on a table. A table represented by a <table:table> element which contains a <table:scenario> child element is called a scenario table.
      A scenario is one or more cell ranges of a table whose contents temporarily replaces the contents of the cell ranges in the nearest non-scenario table preceding the scenario table in document order. If multiple scenarios are defined for a cell range, an user may choose between the scenarios. The names of the scenarios are the same as the names of tables which contain the <table:scenario> elements.

      The visibility of a scenario table is controlled by its style. Only one scenario table can be applied to a table at one time.

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      With minor changes to the last sentence: The <table:scenario> element defines a scenario for display on a table. A table represented by a <table:table> element which contains a <table:scenario> child element is called a scenario table. A scenario is one or more cell ranges of a table whose contents temporarily replaces the contents of the cell ranges in the nearest non-scenario table preceding the scenario table in document order. If multiple scenarios are defined for a cell range, an user may choose between the scenarios. The names of the scenarios are the same as the names of tables which contain the <table:scenario> elements. The visibility of a scenario table is controlled by its style. Only one scenario table can be applied to a table at one time.

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      Original author: "Alex Brown" <alexb@griffinbrown.co.uk>
      Original date: 12 Oct 2009 07:48:26 -0000
      Original URL: http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/office-comment/200910/msg00035.html

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            • Assignee:
              Patrick Patrick Durusau
              Reporter:
              rcweir Robert Weir (Inactive)
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