Macros for LibreOffice Calc

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    The following macros can be used with LibreOffice Calc:

    No. Example Basic Python JavaScript
    001 Copy content cell from Spreadsheet to other Go Go ToDo
    002 Copy row data from sheet to other Go Go ToDo
    016 Export a table as PDF Go ToDo ToDo
    017 Spreadsheet population Go ToDo ToDo
    018 Put a formula into a cell ToDo Go ToDo
    019 Create a new named range Go ToDo ToDo
    020 Using relative references with named expressions Go ToDo ToDo
    021 Create named ranges from labels Go ToDo ToDo
    022 Create a new database range Go ToDo ToDo
    023 Sort a table using one column Go ToDo ToDo
    024 Sort a table using multiple columns Go ToDo ToDo
    025 Retrieve sorting information for cell range Go ToDo ToDo
    026 Create a standard filter Go ToDo ToDo
    027 Clear all filters for a sheet Go ToDo ToDo
    028 Filtering multiple columns and using regular expressions Go ToDo ToDo
    029 Create an advanced filter Go ToDo ToDo
    030 Copy advanced filter results to different location Go ToDo ToDo

    (See Macros/Calc/fr for more content.)

    LibreOffice Basic

    Refer to LibreOffice Basic Help for using Basic as a macro language.


    Refer to Python Scripts Help for an introduction to Python as a macro language.


    Refer to JavaScript macros - xlated from japanese - for an introduction to JavaScript as a macro language.

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