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Is your spreadsheet set up as a database with fields? Meaning in the top row, something like Column 1 <firstname>, Column 2 <lastname>, Column 3 <street>, etc. If it is set up like that, I know you can import that data into base. If the spreadsheet is setup as a database with fields in the top row, you could probably do it from there if it is saved as a database and not just a spreadsheet document. I really don't know though since you are getting out of the realm of my knowledge. I know you can import database information in calc into base, and I know you can have great success printing labels from base with the table style templates.

On 03/02/2011 02:38 PM, James Wilde wrote:
I've checked both LibO and OOo for a how-to or a chapter on this, without luck, and I've checked 
the Nabble interface to the users maillist.

Is there any easy way to get an address list in a spreadsheet into a base database?




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