I don't use macros at all so i don't know how to access the code. Jay's
idea seemed smart. In LibreOffice go up to the menus at the top and click
Tools - Options - "+ Load/Save" - "VBA Properties"
and then tick all the options in there and then re-load the invoice. You
might also need to let LibreOffice know what the data-source is? When i
tried to open the file it gave me a warning about my security settings
blocking macros and i think that might be a default setting. Try
Tools - Options - "LibreOffice" - Security - "Macro Security" - "Security
Mine was set to the 2nd highest so i set it lower. This time it enabled
macros but gave me the error mesage
"BASIC run-time error "13"
Data type mis-match"
which i guess is because i don't have the data-source/contacts-sheet.
I did find it interesting that LibreOffice allows macros to be written in a
choice of 4 languages; LibreOffice (Basic), Python, BeanShell (!?!) and
think the VBA Basic of MS Office is slightly different from the Basic used
Capital letters are usually used to shout or be abusive towards someone. So
a lot of people might view this thread as being hostile. I think you are
using capital letters to be clearer because you are not a
native-English-speaker. Most people wont know about that so they might be
taking offence and hiding away.
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