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OpenOffice Writer 3.x Guide
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VBA Properties Load/Save options

On the Options – Load/Save – VBA Properties page, you can choose whether to keep any macros in Microsoft Office documents that are opened in OpenOffice.org.

Choosing Load/Save VBA Properties.
  • If you choose Save original Basic code, the macros will not work in OOo but are retained if you save the file into Microsoft Office format.
  • If you choose Load Basic code, the changed code is saved in an OOo document but is not retained if you save into an MSOffice format.
  • If you are importing a Microsoft Excel file containing VBA code, you can select the option Executable code. Whereas normally the code is preserved but rendered inactive (if you inspect it with the StarBasic IDE you will notice that it is all commented), with this option the code is ready to be executed.

OpenOffice Writer 3.x Guide
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