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== What format should be supported? ==
 
== What format should be supported? ==
 
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- copy/paste from OpenOffice
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<li>copy/paste from OpenOffice</li>
- import from table calculator: Calc, Gnumeric, KSpread
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<li>import from table calculator: Calc, Gnumeric, KSpread</li>
- HTML tables
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<li>HTML tables</li>
- txt files with items
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<li>txt files with items</li>
  <li>LaTeX</li>
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<li>LaTeX</li>
 
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Revision as of 22:08, 26 May 2010

Here you can write anything to the tables... Ideas, what features we need etc.

What format should be supported?

  • copy/paste from OpenOffice
  • import from table calculator: Calc, Gnumeric, KSpread
  • HTML tables
  • txt files with items
  • LaTeX

What information should be imported?

What features we need?

- size of tables
- dimension of table
- automatic/fixed column size
- where the heading is
- spit table: yes/no and if heading will be added
- lines: where, color, style
- cells: fill (color, pattern, picture or eqauation)
- operations with cells: merge, split
- operations with rows/columns: delete, add
- change size of cell manually
- align numbers according to comma: yes/no
- align of table: to the page...
- tack to the text => create control system for this
- possibility to create "table style"

Table research in other applications

What programs have some table capabilities? It divides into two groups: Office and DTP programs.

Office programs

- MS Office,
- OpenOffice.org,
- KOffice,
- abiword,
- SoftMaker Office.

DTP programs

- Adobe Indesign,
- Quark XPress,
- MS Publisher,
- LyX.

Scribus solution

Some ideas

Inserting table

- create frame > at the center will be icon with table too more...