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Insert the current data and time

No button, but it's pretty slick. Just type the day of the month, slash, and hit enter or tab. There's today's date.

Just type the time, "10:14", and it records it properly as a time.

Credit: http://user.services.openoffice.org/en/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=32263

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open office insert current date LibreOffice

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stopped workin w/ 3.6.x

stopped workin w/ 3.6.x

Not

Nice trick, but does not work. At least not on the Mac when the systen date format is Finnish (eg. 16.12.2012).

Ah well, to the computer shop to get a second copy of MS Office then.

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