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Andreas Säger wrote:
You can export the address book in tab or comma delimited format.  You
can then import that file into Calc and do whatever you want with it.

No, you can't do anything with database data in Calc. You can not query
virtual tables nor can you generate reports nor serial letters. The TB
export to csv is completely pointless.
Once you connected a Base document to the address book you have the all the
contained tables plus the groups defined in TB plus database queries in
Writer and in Calc for multiple purposes without further export/import

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I thought the OP simply wanted to print his address book, after selecting the columns he wanted to print. That is easy enough to do in Calc.

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