Am 17.03.2015 um 21:41 schrieb Andreas Säger:
Am 17.03.2015 um 13:36 schrieb hw:
Sorry, this is the wrong answer to the right post --- still a question,
The answer to this post should have been that I would need the images to
appear in the spread sheet.
Pictures in Calc are no spreadsheet data. Pictures are decorative,
illustrating elements pinned to the cells or to the top-left corner of a
sheet. Writing a program to manipulate many calculator cells so they
wrap around picture objects is very difficult. Absolutely non-trivial.
Hence my idea to resize the pictures outside of LO to suitable
dimensions and put links to the resized ones into the CSV (or a databse
table) to have them displayed reasonably in the spreadsheet.
For a LibreOffice user there is only one built-in tool to do reporting
with pictures. It is the report tool.
Hm, I'm not too happy with that because the defaults aren't too useful,
and when I wanted to make a report to display data from a table, the
report didn't display any of the data but the default placeholders instead.
You are a Perl programmer. This kind of stuff has always be done with
Then the data cannot be edited as easily as with a spreadsheet ...
However, a web page just like a spreadsheet would be very useful. I
will have to look for some tool that works for this; there's probably
something I could use.
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