How do I get rid of this error? Macro file requires OpenOffice but I would like to use Libreoffice

Drew Jensen drewjensen.inbox at
Wed Mar 11 20:34:30 UTC 2020

Actually as I think about it.

Isn't one of the differences between AOO and LO that AOO creates a new calc
file with multiple sheets and LO creates a new calc file with only one

I don't think you can remove that last sheet, so perhaps that is it. A test
should tell on that also.

On Wed, Mar 11, 2020 at 4:31 PM Drew Jensen <drewjensen.inbox at>

> Interesting.
> Just did a search in the issue tracking system and there is an open issue
> regarding RemoveByName, but in a different context.
> Taking a quick look at that function and where it is called from it seems
> a quick test using a copy of that function should be a
> fairly quick exercise.
> Before I try that though, just to be sure; This basic module is embedded
> in the Calc file, yes?
> Thanks
> Drew
> On Wed, Mar 11, 2020 at 4:17 PM Andrew Pitonyak <andrew at>
> wrote:
>> Not able to test for at least a week, but am curious what this causes an
>> error.
>> where it fails, it verifies is something by that name is there and then
>> it tries to remove it. If I was able to run a test I could check to make
>> sure that the method is exist, but the real question, is do you have write
>> access to whatever it is is trying to modify?
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>> On Mar 11, 2020, at 3:00 PM, Patrick Kariuki <patrick.kariuki at>
>> wrote:
>>> I'm running a macro file on LibreOffice and keep getting this
>>> -
>>> Error is on this code - at Line 1327
>>> Please assist (I can send more information if required)
>>> Thanks.
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