I've created a document for LibreOffice that uses data fields for parts of the content. I know how to load the data fields from a spreadsheet or database. I'm looking for ways to load fields from some code or scripts. Can anyone help me with this?
I know that LibreOffice Writer will tolerate and even act on VBA macros found in M$-Office docs that it imports.
I am new to android so please bear with me. I am developing an application using android. I am using a lot of buttons which gets enabled and disabled based on the values in the database. Each time the button id is to be specified while enabling and disabling but for each button there requires a separate function. However the functionality remains the same.
I've searched on the forum but haven't been able to find a definitive answer on this. Are there any tablets that you can run Macros with Excel/Office type programs pre installed or is there a particular Office type software package that i can buy in which i can run Macros.
I upgraded to precise yesterday and now I can't make Bibus to work properly (it is kind of an emergency, this software is essential for my job). When I try to insert a reference I get the next message:
Cannot connect to Openoffice. See Documentation.
Cannot connect to Openoffice.
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Macros in Excel (version 2002 if I read right "About.." in the Help menu).
Just completed an application using VBA in Excel with an user form and a custom toolbar involved. The application, "Frame.xls" was saved with two other names. Those copies were erased thus not available.
Trying to activate any macro raises a warning that the copy with the macros is not found.
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