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Thread: Using bash script to do open calc operations?

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    Question Using bash script to do open calc operations?

    I am trying to create a bash script to do something very mechanical on open office calc. I have a big spreadsheet that will do calculations on aircraft sizing for me. I need to go through many different iterations of calculations and copy a row of those calculations to another area on that same spreadsheet. Like this is just a lot of copying and pasting for me, I thought I could do this much more efficiently if I could just write a script to do this. I am not very familiar with bash scripting yet. I need help.

    Basically all I know how to do is to open my excel sheet with the assosciated open calc. can someone please point my in the right direction?

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    Re: Using bash script to do open calc operations?

    Not sure about bash. Sounds more like a task for python with python-xlwt package.

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    Re: Using bash script to do open calc operations?

    OpenOffice.org/LibreOffice supports Python as its macro language.
    http://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Pyth...macro_language

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