Has anyone else noticed this? If so, how have you gotten around this bug?
For all my reports, I use a style sheet with defined styles. All fonts I use are Tahoma. Some are size 8 (row data), 10 (column headers), 14 (report titles). You get the idea.
But when I publish any report to JS Server, and run the report and export the report to Excel, all the fonts are one size smaller than what I defined them as.
For instance, my row data in Excel is now Tahoma 7, my column headers Tahoma 9, and my report titles are Tahoma 13.
I did some experimenting, and if in Studio when I overwrote the row data style and defined the field as Tahoma 9, then when I run and export the report, that data field is displayed as Tahoma 8.
I did further experimenting and didn't use a style sheet, and just created some text fields of size Tahoma 8, Tahoma 10, Tahoma 14, and Arial 14, SansSerif 10, and Calibri 8 When I ran and exported the report, they all were in Excel with one size smaller. So it is not a style sheet issue nor a font issue. The fonts are properly sized in Studio, Preview.
Why in JS Server would exporting to Excel reduce the font size by 1? And more importantly, how can I fix this?