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Am 18.01.2015 um 18:43 schrieb Rich Shepard:

  Than, when I clicked the 'Finish' button I get a LO save dialog with the
default name of 'New Database' (with a space that needs to be removed, no
less!). If I give it a name, does the new *.odb contain the schema and data
of the existing sqlite3 .db? I apparently cannot use File -> Open on the
file; it produces a Write page with hash symbols on it.

Your tables, relations, indices and data are still in the SQLite.db file
and handled by the ODBC driver. The so called Base document is just a
configuration file with optional queries, forms and reports. It is
bridge between SQLite and office documents.
With a registered database you can use database data in arbitrary office
documents for mail merge, label printing, bibliographies and as a data
source of calculation models.

In Calc or Writer hit F4 and you see the registered databases. With
unregistered databases you can only use the forms and reports that are
embedded in that "database document".

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