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Inserting a Multi-Value List into TextTable of TextDocument

 
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YIT PING
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 03, 2009 4:13 pm    Post subject: Inserting a Multi-Value List into TextTable of TextDocument Reply with quote

Hi Everyone,

I posted a thread in the OpenOffice Writer forum yesterday regarding the issue mentioned above, but I think I may have posted it on the wrong forum.

So now, I would like to post it in this Macros and API forum.
Sorry for the repeated thread and appreciate any help provided, the details listed below:

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I need help in writing a java code to insert a multi-values list into texttable inside a textdocument (.odt) that I have created programmatically using samples provided in the SDK.

The result would be the same as adding the list using Insert -> Function -> Input List, followed by manually adding item (Apple, Cat, Dog,..) when using swriter.

Which when you open the .odt file manually, you can click on the item and a Input List box will popup showing the added values.

Some basics information on the tool I am using:
1. Using OpenOffice 2.3.1
2. JDK 1.5
3. Eclipse 3.1

In addition, I have look thru' examples using xDialog (UnoDialogSampe), but found that it is not what i want. I am new to this area, and would appreciate any help provided.

Thanks!!!
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