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OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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Accessing a dBase database

  1. File > New > Database opens the Database Wizard window.
  2. Image:documentation_note.pngClicking the New icon and Database in the drop-down menu also opens the Database Wizard window.
  3. Select Connect to an existing database. Pressing the Tab key highlights the Database type drop-down list. Typing D selects dBase. Click Next.
  4. Image:documentation_note.pngClicking the arrows opens a menu from which you can select dBase.
    Database type selection.
  5. Click Browse and select the folder containing the database. Click Next.
  6. Accept the default settings: Register the database for me, and Open the database for editing. Click Finish. Name and save the database in the location of your choice.
  7. Create the Form using the Form Wizard as explained in Creating a database form.

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