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Hi :)
Regina know a lot more about all this so hopefully her answer will fix it.  

There are a couple of places to get written documentation but probably not as many as we would 
like.  This list is often quite a good place to get single issue answers but for a broader 
perspective Chapter 13 of the "Getting Started Guide" might help a bit.  I think Andrew Pitonyak 
wrote it and it's free
 but the best place "manual" is Andrew Pitonyaks' book at the bottom of the 3rd party section for 

Good luck with this!
Regards from 

Tom :)  

From: Regina Henschel <>
Sent: Thursday, 9 May 2013, 12:38
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] java macro

Hi Vieri,

Vieri schrieb:

I'm new to making Java macros. I compiled my Java class, created the
parcel-descriptor.xml file and
placed the .xml, .jar and .class files within the following folders I
also created:


C:\Program Files\LibreOffice 4.0\share\Scripts\java\MACRO1

When I re-launch LO and go to Macros-> Run Macros, I don't see my
MACRO1 java macro under "My Macros" or "LibreOffice Macros".

Why is that? Shouldn't I at least see the listing?

Do you have used Tools > Macros > Organize Macros > BeanShell... to add it?

Kind regards

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