That was interesting. Like Alexander below I also often used VBA in
Excel and Access in my earlier days.
Question: Is it possible to program with VBA (or VB) directly in
LibreO3.4.5 Calc or/and Base?
If 'yes' where can I find some guides?
On 11.3.2012 20:41, Tom Davies wrote:
It might be good to post a bug-report and go back to the 3.4.5 or an earlier version if that works
Ideally it would be great to test the 3.5.1 pre-release to see if the bug is there too
Hopefully it might get fixed faster if you can test it in a version before release as that is when people are focussing on that release most.
You can have more than 1 version of LibreOffice installed if you follow this guide
So you don't need to lose the version that does work in order to have a test-drive of a newer one that you might be uncertain of.
Good luck and regards from
--- On Sun, 11/3/12, Александър Ценов<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
From: Александър Ценов<email@example.com>
Subject: [libreoffice-users] vba doesn"t work after saving file on libre
Date: Sunday, 11 March, 2012, 12:30
I use exel files with vba, under LibreOffice. After installing version 3.5,
vba works at the begining, but when I save file(in MSoffice 2003 format)
and close it and after that strart it again, my vba doesn't work. If I use
OOo and version. 3.3 of Libre it works . What is the difference ?
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