On Sun, 02 Nov 2014 10:40:25 -0500
Marc Paré <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Ah! So this is perhaps what I am looking for, and, you are right,
obviously the wrong tool.
Well I wouldn't go so far as to say "..obviously.." but there's a
distinct possibility that it's not the best option available.
So, just to get it straight, if, for example, my first 3 sheets are
arranged for input and reporting on monitor only, Instead of having
"sheet 4" set up to output to a printer, I could then have the data
display and print according to a page format in Writer? Do I then need
Yes, you could.
to have the same writer page open at the same time as the spreadsheet
to have the data display on all sheets?
You can, but you don't *have* to. If you work in the spreadsheet, and
save all changes, the next time you open the Writer document, you'll be
warned that it contains links to data from external sources, and asks if
you want that data updated to reflect any changes that have occurred.
Obviously, you'd answer "Yes". :-)
Also note that Brian & M.A. offer alternatives using just Calc that may
suit your needs as well, or better, than my suggestion.
/ ) "The blindingly obvious is
/ _)rad never immediately apparent"
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