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Am 07.03.2012 19:24, fork wrote:
Andreas Säger<villeroy<at>>  writes:

May be you did not notice that LibreOffice remembers the import settings
for text files.
If you need to open the same type of file repeatedly, you can specify
the import options once and next time you simply confirm the dialog.

Yes, and that is great.  The only steps I want to streamline are (1) the drop
down to get to "csv/text", and the step where I choose all columns to be text
format.  And really, I would like to avoid confirming the dialogue.

It works fine the way it is, it is just that I open hundreds of these things a
day, and getting rid of 4 clicks per document would be a real time saver.

How many different keystrokes does it take to write a macro compared to the Enter key you are supposed to hit in order to confirm the dialog 10 times a day? 50 times? Better you hit Enter a thousand times. My contingent of silly Basic code is exhausted for the rest of the week.

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