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I want to make a chart with a changeable table in the background.
    This means, when a data point changes, I want to open the data table
    of the chart in Impress and correct the data which have changed.On 2012-11-06 07:04, anne-ology 
Do you wish an image of the table in the
      Impress file?,or do you wish to have a changeable table in the Impress
      file?If the former, then (1) make an image of the table -
      possibly through one of the capture programs -then (2) plop this image into the
      Impress file.If the latter, then I haven't a clue;-)On Sun, Nov 4, 2012 at 7:34 PM, Dr. R. O
        Stapfreinhold@stapf-online.comwrote:I wanted to
          create a chart in ImpressInserted a chartOpened the chart data tableSo far all fine and 
as expectedWhen I wanted to copy data array (2 rows, 5 columns) from Calc
          into the table, the data of the arrayselected on copied into the clipboard all get pasted 
into the
          cell I selected (top left corner)Even adjusting the chart data table to exactly the size 
as the
          original data array resulted in alldata in the selected cell in the chart data table.Is 
this a bug or a missing functionality in Impress?The ability to copy and array of data from Calc 
into the chart
          data table would increase productivity.XP/SP3 LibO 3..5.7

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