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Le 02/03/2011 22:23, James Wilde a écrit :

1. Open Calc and the sheet you want to export to Calc

Is that Open Calc and the sheet you want to export to Base?

well, yes, indeed :)

2. Activate the data source pane (F4)

F4 doesn't have any effect on my Mac.  Cmd+F4 closes the sheet.

Dunno the English menus. Should be smthg like Display/Data sources.

3. Select the data that need to be exported (Ctrl + * will select
all the data)

I only selected the columns in the Calc sheet that are equivalent.

4. Drag the selection to the left pane of the source pane, onto the
database you're targetting. When the table branch is shoiwn, you
might see the cursor changing shape

It did indeed change shape.  I got a green + attached to it.

5. Drop

A wizard should show up. Just follow the directions and you should
be all set.

No wizard.  :(


Sorry, I have no clue about LibO/OOo for Mac.

Hopefully someone with a better knowledge of these systems will show up.
Jean-Francois Nifenecker, Bordeaux

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