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OpenOffice Calc 3.x Guide
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Using the External Data dialog

  1. Open the Calc document where the external data is to be inserted. This is the target document.
  2. Select the cell where the upper left-hand cell of the external data is to be inserted.
  3. Choose Insert > Link to External Data.
  4. On the External Data dialog, type the URL of the source document or click the [...] button to open a file selection dialog. Press </nowiki>Enter to get Calc to load the list of available tables.
  5. In the Available tables/range list, select the named ranges or tables you want to insert. You can also specify that the ranges or tables are updated every n seconds.
  6. Click OK to save and close this dialog.
Image:documentation_note.png The Available tables/ranges list remains empty until you press Enter after selecting the URL of the source.
Image:documentation_note.png The OK button remains unavailable (greyed out) until you select one or more tables/ranges in the list. You can hold down the Control key while clicking on tables/ranges to select more than one.
Image:documentation_note.png No images are imported.
Selecting a table or range in a source document from the Web

OpenOffice Calc 3.x Guide
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