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Hi :)
Perhaps Viral Orpe is not properly subscribed to the list?  Perhaps he/she used a different email 
account that is supposed to filter mails through to the main one he/she uses?  

When you subscribe to these lists there are a few options you can choose.  One is for the list to 
cleverly NOT to send you emails that you sent from your own address.  you already know what is in 
the email and it's in your out-box so why would you want a duplicate copy?  That is the thinking 
anyway.  You can change that setting but i'm not completely sure where the instructions are.  Happy 
Apols and regards from
Tom :)  

--- On Mon, 8/10/12, Steve Edmonds <> wrote:

From: Steve Edmonds <>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Fw: Help request on CALC charts' features
To: "rost52" <>
Date: Monday, 8 October, 2012, 3:43

On 2012-10-08 15:08, rost52 wrote:
In general I am of the impression that Calc and Excel have some limitations when converting from 
one into the other. I recently also observed some problems with charts but had no time to write 
them down, thus I don't remember details sufficiently to list them here. Just don't be surprised 
about loss of functionality etc.  I used LO or the 3.4.5 release at that time on XP SP3.

A chart as one sheet is, like Rolf mentioned, not a feature of Calc - that is a pitty.

On 2012-10-07 14:54, Viral Orpe wrote:

The following mail was sent about 10-days ago.
I picked the address from the e-mails I receive from other list-members.

Even I did not get it back through the list nor was it bounced from somewhere
hence sending again.

This is the last time.
Sorry for the trouble.

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My mail is hosted by google, for some reason my posts to the list do not show to me. Possibly 
something to do with the way google labels mail (some logic like it's in my sent box so why put it 
in my inbox also when the list sends it back). I just have to assume if mail to the list is not 
rejected it must have got there.


I am new to Open source *.* (OS, environment, office, Banshee, wvdial, the works....)

I recently moved my excel spread-sheets to calc.
I am still going through files/features-check post the translation.
Most of the data, formula, and formatting are okay, fonts are better.

In the charts I observed:
1. The full worksheet as chart in excel are converted to embedded charts in those sheets (no 
full charts).
2. Legends are peculiar. They are named as "column?" and not any text string that I would like 
to give.

Is this the way Libre Calc is implemented or I can get back to chart as worksheet in itself and 
legends of my
liking without being restricted to the first column/ first row?

Also, is the system info below sufficient for posting here or anything more is advised?

Any pointers would be great help.

Viral Orpe
Processor             : Intel(R) Pentium(R) Dual Core E6600 CPU 3.00GHz
Memory                : 4GB, DDR3
Operating System    : Linux Mint 12 Lisa - Kernel Linux 3.0.0-13-generic (i686)

LibreOffice Version    : LibreOffice 3.4.3  OOO340m1 (Build:302)

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