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Macro to do 'paste special -> unformatted text'?

 
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 21, 2003 1:53 pm    Post subject: Macro to do 'paste special -> unformatted text'? Reply with quote

Hi all,

I've been using Open Office, and had several very short tries at programming Macro's in it. I am an experienced programmer (also some VBA for MS-office macro's), but seem to have some trouble finding documentation about OOo's macro-features.

I would like to make a very simple macro (in Writer) that simply does a 'paste special' with the option 'as unformatted text'. Does anyone know how to achieve this?

I also just heard about a macro recorder being available in some development version; would it also be in 1.0.2? (I am running 1.0.1).

Normally I would also consider creating a macro in MS-office and trying to load/convert it, but I have no access to MS-office at the moment and I am not sure whether it would work.

Thanks for any pointers.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 21, 2003 3:33 pm    Post subject: Re: Macro to do 'paste special -> unformatted text'? Reply with quote

megmond wrote:
Hi all,
I also just heard about a macro recorder being available in some development version; would it also be in 1.0.2? (I am running 1.0.1).


The macro recorder will be available in OOo v1.1, while OOo v1.0.2 is just what MS would call a "service release" ; bugfixes.
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