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Old 01-19-2006, 02:59 PM   #1
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Open Office 2.0.1 Base Import DBF CharSet ?


Is there a way to force Open Office 2.0.1 Base to import a DBF file using a certain character set ?

If you open the dbf with Open Office Calc it prompts you for character set and in my case defaults to Western Europe (DOS/OS2-850/International) which imports the UK "" pound sign correcty.

But when I open Base it just imports the DBF without any prompt for char set (that I could see) and all the "" end up as squares.
 
  


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