Deleting a row with anchored object

Samuel Mehrbrodt s.mehrbrodt at
Tue Feb 26 07:08:01 UTC 2019

Hi Ilhan,

my take is: If an object is anchored to the cell, it should be treated 
like cell content. So in this case I would suggest that the object also 
should be deleted.

Bug 122982 <> 
did the same when cutting a cell, the image is now also deleted in that 

Excel does think differently here (image not removed, neither when 
cutting, nor when removing the cell).


Am 25.02.2019 um 11:35 schrieb Ilhan Yesil:
> Hi,
> what is the expected behaviour, if I delete a row where one object 
> (let's say checkbox ) is anchored to one cell in the row.
> The current behaviour is, that the object survives and is afterwards 
> anchored to the cell below.
> row 1   textA1    textB1
> row 2   textA2    checkboxB2
> row 3   textA3    textB3
> after deleting row 2:
> row 1   textA1    textB1
> row 2   textA3    textB3 checkboxB2
> Ilhan
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