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Using LibreOffice on Ubuntu 12.04 if it makes any difference.

I am designing a dialog that will be opened by a macro, accept some data and then place the data in the proper cells of a Calc sheet. The data will consist of text, numbers and dates. In the dialog design environment I see there are text fields, numeric fields and date fields available.

Is there any advantage to using the various types of fields other than the date field will only accept date formats and the numeric field will only accept digits? Will using them possibly keep me from having to write conversion routines when putting date data in date formated cells or numeric data in numeric formated cells?

Thanks,  Jim

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