In document sharing, if an MS-Office file has been converted into an image, if tables are split and then displayed, the table layout is corrupted, or the image may not be displayed.
When Office files are converted into images, they are displayed in units of printed pages, so if the file contains other formats, such as Excel, etc., tables will sometimes be split.
Additionally, if table layouts are corrupted, this sometimes happens because the conversion application software was not able to correctly judge the positions when the file was being converted to an image, or could not correctly identify the image.
*If an Office file is split across two pages, check the software’s print preview.
If an Excel file has been split,
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