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This dialog is opened by clicking the Button '''Organizer''' in the {{PRODUCTNAME}} Basic Macros dialog. The dialog contains the tab pages '''Modules''', '''Dialogs''' and '''Libraries'''. While the {{PRODUCTNAME}} Basic Macros dialog refers to Subs and Functions inside Basic modules, such as run Subs, delete Subs, and insert new Subs, this dialog accesses the library system on module (tab page '''Modules''') , dialog (tab page '''Dialogs''') and library (tab page '''Libraries''') level.
 
This dialog is opened by clicking the Button '''Organizer''' in the {{PRODUCTNAME}} Basic Macros dialog. The dialog contains the tab pages '''Modules''', '''Dialogs''' and '''Libraries'''. While the {{PRODUCTNAME}} Basic Macros dialog refers to Subs and Functions inside Basic modules, such as run Subs, delete Subs, and insert new Subs, this dialog accesses the library system on module (tab page '''Modules''') , dialog (tab page '''Dialogs''') and library (tab page '''Libraries''') level.
  

Latest revision as of 12:30, 15 May 2009



This dialog is opened by clicking the Button Organizer in the OpenOffice.org Basic Macros dialog. The dialog contains the tab pages Modules, Dialogs and Libraries. While the OpenOffice.org Basic Macros dialog refers to Subs and Functions inside Basic modules, such as run Subs, delete Subs, and insert new Subs, this dialog accesses the library system on module (tab page Modules) , dialog (tab page Dialogs) and library (tab page Libraries) level.

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