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  1. OASIS Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) TC
  2. OFFICE-3043

<table:table-template>should be the child element of <office:styles>

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      Change <table:table-template> to be the child element of <office:styles> instead of <office:master-styles>

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      Change <table:table-template> to be the child element of <office:styles> instead of <office:master-styles>
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      In the schema, change <table:table-template> to be the child element of <office:styles> instead of <office:master-styles>

      In 16.18, adapt or delete the sentence: able templates are contained in a <office:master-styles> element.

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      In the schema, change <table:table-template> to be the child element of <office:styles> instead of <office:master-styles> In 16.18, adapt or delete the sentence: able templates are contained in a <office:master-styles> element.

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      In ODF1.2 schema, <table:table-template> is the child element of <office:master-styles>. But OpenOffice presentation implements the <table:table-template> as the child element of <office:styles>. I think <office:master-styles> mainly are used for defining the master page layout and styles. But <table:table-template> is only for defining table styles. In practice, user can create table based on the table template at any place of the document whatever in master page or in slide page. Also, table template is not restricted into presentation table. So I prefer OpenOffice implementation, that <table:table-template> should be the child element of <office:styles>.

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            • Assignee:
              Patrick Patrick Durusau
              Reporter:
              jiamingf Mingfei Jia (Inactive)
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