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Thanks Dan, Andreas and Brian for your answers.

On 01/07/2012 17:44, Dan wrote:
You need to edit your database in Base. I'm not sure how you access your database in Calc unless you used the F4 key to open the database window. Even then, the F4 key opens the database and shows you the data in the tables and queries. Recommendation: "Download the Getting Started with Base" chapter (Ch 8 of the Getting Started Guide). This should help. Or perhaps download chapter 1 of the Base Guide. Both of these are found here:


Sylvain Vasseur wrote:
Thank you for your detailed answer. Apparently my question wasn't.

I created a database with Libreoffice Base, I've been able to access this database through Libreoffice Calc but I can't find a way to edit it with Calc.

On 01/07/2012 17:04, Dan wrote:
Sylvain Vasseur wrote:

Your question does not make any sense. Calc is a spreadsheet. A database is a collection of information (a data source). It might be in the form of one or more spreadsheets. It might be one or more text files with a special format. An address book using the V-card format is an example of a text database. We need a much better explanation of your database that you want to edit. If it is a spreadsheet, what program was used to create it?


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