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[libreoffice-users] Selecting the Whole Document


Hi

I have been using the following code to select the whole SWriter document
from Visual FoxPro. However, if the document contains a table the code only
selects the 1st cell in the table. How do I change my code so that it
selects the whole document even if the document contains tables etc.? The
reason for selecting the whole document is for a type of mail merge where I
insert a new page as an exact copy of the original document and merge the
data. I repeat this process for each record in the table.


loDsp=.oMergeSrvMgr.createInstance("com.sun.star.frame.DispatchHelper")
Dimen laArgs(1)

laArgs(1)=.oMergeSrvMgr.Bridge_GetStruct("com.sun.star.beans.PropertyValue")
loDsp.executeDispatch(.oMergeDoc.getCurrentController().getFrame(),
".uno:SelectAll", "", 0, @laArgs)
.oMergeText = .oMergeDoc.getCurrentController().getTransferable()

Thanks,
Simon



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