I tried but nothing happen. Not data source I can find. Not data range
How I can delete link for these database if I can not know where they
On 23/02/2012 22:39, drew wrote:
On Thu, 2012-02-23 at 22:23 +0100, pcpconsulting wrote:
but I cancelled all files before named libreoffice on my computer, so
the file /.libreoffice was deleted.
After that I reinstalled libreoffice3.5 .
So you can tell me where calc store the source data. I can try to delete
from the files.
Right - from within Calc
You will see a list of data ranges.
Select a named range.
Click on the More button
If the data is linked from an external data source it will be listed on
the next to last line of the dialog.
On 23/02/2012 22:00, drew wrote:
On Thu, 2012-02-23 at 21:51 +0100, pcpconsulting wrote:
My OS , as I wrote before, is linux ubunut 10.4
oops - missed it.
Ok the configuration file used to be at
it is not at
If you haven't done so yet, double check that old location and rename it
so that it won't be found - it might not hurt to rename the new one
also, that way a new one will be created from scratch on next startup ot
On 23/02/2012 21:46, drew wrote:
On Thu, 2012-02-23 at 21:35 +0100, pcpconsulting wrote:
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.
WEll, that sucks..
My first thought is the configuration settings - between 3.4 and 3.5 the
location for user configuration data moved. Where to exactly depends on
you OS - so your OS? (if Windows which one xp, vista, 7)
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.
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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