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Code exports Lotus Notes data to an OpenOffice Calc spreadsheet

The ability to transfer Lotus Notes data from a database to an Excel spreadsheet has been available for some time. If you're using Calc spreadsheets, however, you'll need to use this LotusScript code instead.

Many organizations currently prefer to use free over the Microsoft Office suite due to licensing issues and fees. While Lotus Notes users can export Lotus Notes data from a database to a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, the same code won't work in OpenOffice Calc spreadsheets.

The following LotusScript code will export information from a Notes database to an OpenOffice Calc spreadsheet.

Note: Place this code in a button in a Notes view or as an agent to export the required data.

LotusScript to export from Lotus Notes database to Calc spreadsheet
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