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At 23:52 10/07/2017 +0200, Wiebe van der Worp wrote:
I was watching this video: It describes two methods to get data from a spreadsheet to a CAD table entity. The first method uses csv from Calc, imported to CAD. The second method is a paste special procedure with Excel (viewer) with preservation of (a limited set of) formulas. The question concerns the second method: Is there an easy way to achieve this with Calc without an Excel viewer?

Surely the answer is just to suck it and see? You can copy a range of a spreadsheet sheet from Calc just as you could from Microsoft Excel or the Excel Viewer. The question then is what your other product makes of that in pasting it in. Try Paste and try Paste Special, and try whatever options that offers. The copy from Calc will carry formulae; the only question is whether your other product can use this properly. I'd guess it probably would, but I don't have it to try.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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