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Andreas Säger <villeroy <at>> writes:

A couple of lines of actual data copied from a text editor tell more than
thousand words.

I don't really have any lines to show -- do you want screenshots or something?
I am hoping to develop a macro that opens files a certain way.  There isn't
anything to show in a document.

P.S. -- I don't really want to get good at macro writing, so I am hoping for
the very quickest quick hack, rather than the 500 page introduction to LO
Basic.  No judgements implied, just expediency.

So you need someone who does the entire work for you which is impossible
without seeing any data.

You make me sound so lazy! (One of the three basic virtues of a programmer... ;)
) Again, I don't know what data you might want to see.

I will do my best to hack a macro together and then post it and ask questions
around that -- specificity is always easier.

I use to suggest a configured solution rather than a programmed one.  Collect
all your similar csv in one dedicated directory.


This is a geat idea, but because of workflow here it won't work, though there
might be tidbits that help show the way to the macro I will write.  I really
want a button to open text files in arbitrary places in the file system put
there by other people.  Plus I think it would be generally useful.

Thanks for the thoughtful reply, though!

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