When a cell contains fonts with different sizes, the vertical positioning of the text is incorrect when performing PDF export. A sample spreadsheet, and sample out PDF are attached to demonstrate the problem.
…and another niggly issue in a similar area is that when text is wrapped on centered text, the cell width used appears to be larger than the actual width, resulting in ‘under-wrapping’ and text being cropped at either end in the PDF output. See updated samples attached.
Thanks for the quick replies. The new build only partially resolves the issue - it does not crop the text, but the wrapping is still the same, so now it spills out the side of the cells. Putting a box around the cell shows it more clearly - see attached.
Center-justify the text (as per attached), and then you’ll see the problem.
I am still unable to find this issue using the test code below with the latest version:
for .NET v22.214.171.124
I have attached the screenshot for your reference.
string filePath = @“F:\Shak-Data-RW\Downloads\mysample.xlsx”;
Workbook workbook = new Workbook(filePath);
PdfSaveOptions opts = new PdfSaveOptions();
opts.OnePagePerSheet = true;
workbook.Save(filePath + “.out2.pdf”, opts);
Very strange. I’m definitely using 126.96.36.199 (confirmed with a call to CellsHelper.GetVersion), and I get the result attached. Something to do with fonts? I’m using Windows 7 Pro SP1 (64-bit).
Got it. My display settings (Control Panel\Appearance and Personalization\Display) are for medium-sized fonts (125%) - if I set to 100% all is OK - the system font setting is somehow having an impact on the behaviour.
Hi,GeorgeH:Got it. My display settings (Control Panel\Appearance and Personalization\Display) are for medium-sized fonts (125%) - if I set to 100% all is OK - the system font setting is somehow having an impact on the behaviour.George
Thanks for your feedback.
We were able to replicate this issue by setting display font size to 125%. We will look into it and fix this issue.
I have attached the output pdf file and display settings to reproduce this issue.
That’s great - thanks for your quick response on this.
Thanks for using Aspose.Cells.
You are welcome. Hopefully, this fix will be working fine. Let us know your feedback.
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