I couldn't see the complexity in the question that would prevent doing
something like just saving the document in ODF and then re-saving in
whatever other formats are required.
Does anyone happen to know if there is an Extension that allows a document
to be simultaneously saved in an MS proprietary format and ODF at the same
time with a single click? I might have dreamt it or imagined it or
something. Even if there is i doubt it'd help with saving in Csv, unless
it happens to be OpenSource and happens to be easy to adapt.
On 16 March 2015 at 09:01, Cley Faye <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Doesn't the File->Save a copy... do the job?
2015-03-13 16:52 GMT+01:00 Eric <email@example.com>:
I have an application that takes input formatted as csv. my source form
is calc sheet with computed cells. if I save as csv, I need to re open
sheet's ods file when I make changes. is there any way to export as csv
but keep the original ods in calc?? macro? bit o'python?
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