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Old 08-27-2006, 08:21 AM   #1
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LXer: Solved! Converting an OpenOffice.org Calc Sheet to OOBase


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LXer Feature: 27-Aug-2006 I had developed a fairly hefty OpenOffice.org Calc sheet, which was great for quickly entering data I've been working with lately. However, it soon became clear that a switch to ooBase would be necessary. I'm not a big user of ooBase, so wasn't sure how best to go about converting my data. Fortunately, a tutorial someone else had written showed me just how simple it is.

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