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Hi :)
Sorry!!  I didn't realise you had replied off-list! :(  Please try to use
"Reply to all" rather than just reply in future!

To all:  Kevin's answer indicates that
1.  he is using Windows.
2.  the file worked in Open Office 4.1.x probably 4.1.0

We are not sure which version of java bridge is being used.  Is there a
default one?  Does Open Office 4.1.0 use one?

The file might have started life as a MS Office file, probably an Excel
file but probably using the older MS format, .xls rather than .xlsX.  We
are not certain what format it is in at the moment.

Any tips and tricks would be welcomed!  Has anyone on this mailing list
dealt with similar issues?  Any pointers or nudges in roughly the right
directions or even just ideas on what might be worth trying (even if that
turns out to be wrong) would be great!

Good luck all and "happy easter" to those who celebrate it (and everyone
else too).
Regards from
Tom :)

On 13 April 2014 20:17, Kevin Cussick <

Hi,   I am using what ever the latest java access bridge is.   but I am
not really using it as I am using the master branch this as far as I am
aware does not even need the dreaded access bridge.   no I am only
interested in this spread sheet that I have. it worked in ms access or what
ever it is called,   it also worked in the beta 4.10 of open office calc
and this is why I am asking why it is not showing anything in lo thanks for
any tips and tricks.

On 11/04/2014 14:12, Tom Davies wrote:

Hi :)
I guess you have tried a fresh new spreadsheet with things in only a
couple of cells?  Does the little fresh-start one fare any better?

The way you ask it sounds like the spreadsheet used to work fine in
LibreOffice?  Can you remember one of the versions it did used to work on?

Does the 4.1 branch still use the Java bridge?  I think it's only the
4.2 that can use the non-Java one and even then only when the
experimental features option is ticked?  So, i guess another question is
what version of the Java access bridge are you using?

I'm not sure about all this tbh but hopefully some version numbers of
things might help.  Also which OS are you using?  Xp?  Ubuntu?
Regards from
Tom :)

On 11 April 2014 11:46, Kevin Cussick
<>> wrote:

    As the subject says can't get anything to read using this spread
    sheet it works just fine using open office beta 4.10 with the ia2
    support can anyone help I could send the document but would rather
    do this to one of the devs as it is a little sensitive.  it has
    names and addresses of members of my ham radio club on it. thanks
    for any help given.

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