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Creating/Accessing Macros without UI

 
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 03, 2009 9:36 am    Post subject: Creating/Accessing Macros without UI Reply with quote

I've searched for two days, so now I'm going to post.

I have installed OOo 2.x for Linux, and wish to create some Macros that I can call from the command-line. In all the documentation I found, I was able to gather that I should create two files: script.xlc and script.xlb (for BASIC macros). I placed them in a directory where all the other files like that seem to be. But how do I access them from the command-line? They're presumably in a library, but how do I know which one? I'm trying basically to do something like this:

Code:
soffice -invisible "macro:///Library.module.function(file)"


And I'd also like to know if there's any command-line debugging or error/warning output for when I eventually can run my macros.

thanks in advance
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