Illustration 12.13 shows the OpenOffice Basic Macro Organizer dialog with the Modules tab page activated. The list titled Module is similar to the Macro from list in the Macro dialog, but it contains the complete library hierarchy for the Apache OpenOffice application libraries and the document libraries. The libraries are loaded, and condensed or expanded by double-clicking the library. The illustration shows the application library Standard containing two modules, Module1 and Module2.
The illustration above shows that two documents are loaded. The illustration shows a library
Standard in document Description.odt containing a module named
Module1, and another library
Standard in document Calculation.ods containing no Basic module.
The following list describes the buttons on the right side of the dialog:
- Loads the module selected in the tree into the Basic macro editor. If a module is not selected, this button is disabled.
- Closes the OpenOffice Basic Macro organizer dialog without any further action.
- New Module
- Opens a dialog that allows the user to type in the desired name for a new module. The name edit field initially contains a name like Module<Number>, such as Module1 and Module2, depending on the modules already existing. Clicking the OK button adds the new module as a new item in the Module list. The New Module button is disabled if the selected library has read-only status.
- Deletes the selected module. This button is disabled if no module is selected, or if the selected module belongs to a library with read-only status.
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