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Many thanks Drew

but it is just the problem.
Now I removed all libreoffice program, removed all files regarding libreoffice in my computer, removed all from the terminal.
I reinstalled libreoffice 3.5.
When I go to

tools>  option>  libreoffice base>database no database are open. But if I search (F4) on calc 
appear some database(calc) that I used before.
Also I can not remove these database.
More: if I go tools>  option>  libreoffice base>database and I add a new database I can not see the 
database in the window when I reopen. And in the source data (F4) still appear the old database.
Please help me.

On 23/02/2012 19:46, drew wrote:
On Thu, 2012-02-23 at 09:24 +0100, pcpconsulting wrote:
I have a problem with link to database in calc.

I use libreoffice 3.5 on linux ubuntu 10.4
Before was installed libreoffice 3.3

Now when I press F4 in calc appear some database where old, used before
installing libreoffice 3.5

If I go on tools>  option>  libreoffice base>database  no database are
open ( except Bibliography that I have eliminate).
Also If I add a new database and I close and reopen ......libreoffice
base>  database do not appear any database. It is empty.
Please if somebody can help me.
Hello Fabio

When you create a new database under base there is an option to register
the database name.

1- be sure to use that option if you want to see the database from Calc

2- you can also register existing Base files using tools>  option>
libreoffice base>database dialog. Simply open that and add in one of the
new files you created.

If that doesn't help you out ping back, OK.


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