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I needed a way to export all the sheets out of a LibreOffice Calc spreadsheet into individual CSV files that could be imported into the game I was building. It had to be quick so this could be used as a fast iterative process. LibreOffice macro scripting accomplishes this.

I found that J-P Stacey had created a macro doing much the same thing I needed. The only downside was that it required you to reopen the document each time you exported. With some digging into the macro API, I found the solution to that and modified the macro so that it creates the CSV files and keeps the original file open.

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Both and LibreOffice (a derivative of OpenOffice) provide free open-source software packages that are popular alternatives to Microsoft Office. They are both very good tools and highly compatible with Excel. How to install LibreOffice or OpenOffice. LibreOffice is available for download on the LibreOffice website and OpenOffice is available for download on the OpenOffice website. Once either of these programs is installed on the computer, you can follow the steps above to create a spreadsheet. Right-click on the tab at the bottom of the spreadsheet and select Move or Copy Sheet. In the window that pops up, click -move to end position-and press Enter. Repeat that until you have 12 sheets—one for each month. Rename each sheet for each month of the year, then save the spreadsheet with a descriptive name like Monthly Expenses 2017.ods. LibreView is developed, distributed, and supported by Newyu, Inc. The LibreView data management software is intended for use by both patients and healthcare professionals to assist people with diabetes and their healthcare professionals in the review, analysis and evaluation of historical glucose data to support effective diabetes management.

In LibreOffice 5, macros aren't exactly well documented and the UI is rather confusing, so I will give full instructions to get this macro working.

  1. In LibreOffice, go to Tools > Macros > Organize Macros > LibreOffice Basic…

  2. Select where you want to save the macro, I used the default of Standard > Module1. Click the New button.

  3. Now copy and paste the macro below into the macro window, replacing the empty function that was created.

  1. Close the macro window. Right click on a toolbar where you want to add a button to run the export macro and choose Customize Toolbar…

  2. Click on Add Command. From the Category section, choose LibreOffice Macros > My Macros > Standard > Module1 (or wherever you saved the macro earlier). Select ExportToCsv from the Command section and click Add. Click Close to close the window.

  3. ExportToCsv has now been added to your toolbar. You can place it anywhere you want in the toolbar with the up and down arrows.

  4. Running this macro will place a CSV file for each sheet alongside the original document. It overwrites any file that was previously there, so be aware of any naming conflicts that could arise before running this macro.

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Differences from the original macro

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The biggest difference between this and the original J-P Stacey macro is the subtle change from document.StoreAsURL() (equivalent to the Save As… command) to document.StoreToURL() (equivalent to the Save a Copy… command). That one change means you don't have to reopen the document every time you export, which made this a perfect macro for fast iteration.