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This PDF is from my Calc workbooks, and covers Data Pilots, Calc's version of pivot tables.
You'll also need this lab file.
See also this post.
Posted at 03:19 PM in Calc: 2008 | Permalink
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I have a question about the formatting of tables resulted from DataPilot. When I change the filtering option I lost the color of the cell I have setted. So if I want the color and formatting I can't change the analysis on the same table.
Can you help me?
August 22, 2008 at 07:35 AM
Would love to get a screencast on this. This higher end solutions like goalseek, subtotals, Validation, detective are great when someone can see the whole process work.
August 27, 2008 at 01:10 AM
I´ve a doubt. In MS Excel, i can save the "save data with table layout". The data from DB go to cache table.
Can I do it with OpenOffice? How can I do it if possible?
Julio Verdi |
October 03, 2008 at 02:31 PM
Very useful. Exactly what I needed.
I should note that I imported data from an Excel spreadsheet into OpenOffice, and could not get the pivot table feature to work. It turned out that the conversion had caused the data values to be a text field, which of course would not sum or average. So I had to convert the text numbers into number numbers. Then it worked 4.0.
See http://www.ambience.sk/open-office-text-number-format-conversion for a simple way to do this.
David Tussey |
October 09, 2008 at 11:19 AM
how could i repeat the rows data in datapilot
October 27, 2009 at 07:00 AM
Hi, thanks for the understandable step-by-step instructions!
August 01, 2010 at 11:27 AM
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