Joel Madero wrote:
Ah, yes my mistake for assuming what you were using. I'll have to look into
writer. I just tried inserting a table (1x1) and putting the formula, no
Joel et al,
Curious, I tried "=TODAY()" as a field variable formula and it doesn't
work, with or without the "=". Inserting a table is a brute force
method, but as you say, it doesn't seem to work either. Writer's tables
are a subset of Calc tables and "=TODAY()" may not be a supported
formula. A better approach might be to:
1. Place the cursor where you want the date.
2. Select Insert -> Fields -> Other
3. Select the "Document" tab
4. Select "Date" for "Type"
5. Select "Date" for "Select"
6. Choose your date format under "Format".
7. Click on "Insert".
If in step #5 you select "Date (Fixed)", I think that will insert
today's date but it will not update in future edits. Even this
procedure may not work in a template. More investigation is needed.
Hope this helps.
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