Bug 63331

Summary: KWord prints documents with enlarged text
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: Gerry Tool <gerry>
Component: kofficeAssignee: Petr Rockai <prockai>
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Description Gerry Tool 2002-04-12 13:19:38 EDT
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Description of problem:
KWord prints documents with much larger text size (about 150%) than they appear
on the screen.  Problem is exhibited in print preview also.  Compare with same
fonts in other word processors.  A single line of Arial 10pt text on the screen
stretches to about 1-1/2 lines on the print preview and printed output.

Print preview also does not display the first line of the document.

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How reproducible:
Always

Steps to Reproduce:
1.Open KWord selecting new letter-sized document
2.Select a font and fill a line on the page with text
3.View the result in Print Preview and/or print it out
	

Actual Results:  Print preview does not display the first line of text.  The
portion of the first line that overflows the edge of the page appears on the
screen, enlarged about 50% over the view when creating the document.

The results are consistent with Abiword or other word processors providing
output of the size expected, and KWord enlarging the text.

Expected Results:  Print Preview should provide a view that is close to the view
used to create the text and should show the total text that was entered.  The
Print Preview and printed pages should be at a size appropriate for the
font/size chosen in creating the document.

Additional info:

This was noted in a fresh install of Skipjack 2, and is also happening in a just
up2dated system.
Comment 1 Petr Rockai 2005-02-17 11:19:11 EST
As far as i know this is fixed in fedora core 3. If you still experience the  
bug, please reopen.