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Maze

import text-chunks from calc into 365 writer documents

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hello dear folks good evening dear PHP-Freaks,

 

 

well i am not sure if this question fits here - in miscellaneous.

 

but i am pretty sure that many many calc and excel-experts are here in this great forum.

 

 

what is aimed:

want to create a calendar - with 365-chunks that are imported into a caleandar form

see some ideas where i can import this

i posted the example-calc spreassheet that i want to import.

note it has got 365 lines - for 365 days of the next year 2015


what needs to be done ; whats needs to be achieved: i need to impoort the example into the calendar form.

see some of the examples -.. if i am able to import the texts (of the collumn )
in a writer or word document each line of the calc needs to get on a sheed of the word or writer.

 i need to know how to arrange this export of calc into the writer document.
 
 
if i need to explain it more thoroughiy - just let me know!

greetings  

you matze

see some examples of calendar templates

Blank daily calendar - Templates
Daily lesson planner (color, landscape) - Templates

note: all i need to know is to be able to export from calc to any word or calc document...

see the attached sample below...

2015_sample_version_.ods.zip

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