On 12/05/2012 01:55 PM, Joel Madero wrote:
Would setting up your Calc spreadsheet as a database eliminate
this problem? Then create the chart as a report using Base as a front
end and HSQLDB as the back end.
I would be curious as to the structure of your chart (columns and
rows) to see if I could create a report for my personal financial
database. I might even be able to add this to chapter 4 of the Base
Guide for others.
I want to know if there's a way to make a chart range be an entire column
so that if I add data I don't have to manually alter the range. For
instance, every month I do expenses and the new row would be "MM/YYYY" then
there's expenses and income listed, every time I add a new entry I have to
manually update the data range which is a hassle. If I select the entire
column as a data range it automatically adjusts to the last row with data.
Furthermore, if I just do a range that has like 10,000 extra rows (Maybe
A1:A10000) the chart is squished (it doesn't auto adjust according to logic
of where last cell contains data and then update when new data is entered).
Many thanks as always,
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