Hello DaniWeb Users/Programmers, I don't know if I post this on the right thread but I already post in Linux and Unix Thread but the cause I try ask in here is because it is programming related. I am a window user but trying to use linux for some purpose. In Microsoft Excel we can manipulate macros, functions, VBA,,.. etc.. So I was trying to do it in LibreOffice the LibreOffice Basic I have a hard time to understand things like it can create button but unfortunately I can't or I don't know how I can add code for this …

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Hello Linux Users, I'm a new user of Linux Can someone help me out how to add code to the button that I created? and how I code in here? For example: C2:J2 will be add How I will code it in the button I created? Thank you and God Bless -zelrick

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Today I was sucessful in installing Vector 7 after trying since the last 2 years. To view power point files I need libre office and do not know how to install. Any help given will be greatly appreciated. farid ansari Karachi, Pakistan

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All, I can't seem to find anything on the web about how to connect to a LibreOffice database. I am currently using the following code to connect to a MS Access database and would like to know how to change it to work with LibreOffice. [CODE]String strConnect = "jdbc:odbc:DRIVER=Microsoft Access Driver (*.mdb, *.accdb);DBQ=C:\\db\\myDatabase.mdb;"; Class.forName("sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver"); Connection con = DriverManager.getConnection(strConnect, "",""); if (null == con) { System.out.println("Unable to connect to data source " + strConnect); return; } System.out.println("Successfully connected to database. Data source name:\n" + con.getMetaData().getURL() + "\n");[/CODE] Thanks, Bill

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