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OpenOffice Calc 3.x Guide
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Updating (refreshing) changed values

After you have created the DataPilot, changes in the source data do not cause an automatic update in the resulting table. You have to always update (refresh) the DataPilot manually.

Changes in the source data could appear in two ways:

  1. The content of existing data sets has been changed. For example, you might have changed a sales value afterwards. To update the DataPilot, right-click in the result area and choose Update (or choose Data > DataPilot > Refresh from the menu bar).
  2. You have added or deleted data sets in the original list. In this case the change means that the DataPilot has to use a different area of the spreadsheet for its analysis. A change for the data reference for an existing DataPilot is not possible. In this case you have to redo the DataPilot.



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