I use it at the office for time registration and invoicing. At home
for the Taekwon-do club membership.
Should I perceive that as a threat? >;->
It's actually marvelous in combination with postgresql SDBC driver.
And actually useful as it is so easy to get your data to Calc, more
useful then I remember Access.
In fact that's also the only application case that I would consider
using Calc and Writer for in their current state - for graphing and
printing database data.
Imho the most logical and least error-prone way to use Calc is to do
all your calculations in PostgreSQL and only display and graph the
results in Calc. *Never* do complex calculations in Calc.
It always hurts a bit when people who don't use databases say that
Base is not good, databases are not useful etc.
Because they don't have a use for it (pure letter-writers for home-use)
or because they don't have a clue (most office users).
I know a lot of people that never use a spreadsheet either. But I
think LO wouldn't be complete with Calc or Base.
You mean withOUT, I presume?
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