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Hi :)  
Nabble is a good place to upload files to but please note that this is a
publicly accessible mailing list so please avoid giving us any confidential
data.  Follow the links in this email or else go to the official LibreOffice
website and navigate through "Get help" to the Nabble interface and then
find the relevant thread by looking through subject-lines.  

Reply to any post, preferably the latest one, just above the box where you
can type in your message is a row of buttons.  The last is "More" and it's
top option is to "Upload a file".  It gives a browse button much the same as
uploading an attachment to an email except that it injects a line of html
code into the message so that people who don't use Nabble to read the list
can still click on the link.  You can move that link around or edit it a bit
but it's usually quite good.  

I take it that you are using Base rather than Calc?  If so are you using an
external back-end to hold the tables of data or are you using the internal
back-end so that the Base file is just one file, like an Access database
usually is?  Also please could you let us know which version of LibreOffice
you are using and which Operating System (ie Win7, Ubuntu, OSX or whatever)

Thanks and regards from 
Tom :)  

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