This section contains information on browsing and editing database tables.
You cannot use the data source browser on a database table that is open in Design view.
The commands for the data source browser are found on the Table Data bar and in context menus.
To select a record in a database table, click the row header, or click a row header, and then use the Up or Down arrow keys.
The following table describes how to select individual elements in the data source browser:
Click the row header
Several records or removing a selection
Hold downand click the row header
Click the column header
Click in the data field
Click the row header of the column headings
Allows you to edit, add, or delete records from the database table.
You can cut, copy, and paste records in Data Source view. The Data Source browser also supports the dragging and dropping of records, or text and numbers from other LibreOffice files.
You cannot drag and drop to Yes/No, binary, image, or counting table fields.
Drag and drop only works in Edit mode.
Use the Form Navigation bar at the bottom of the Data Source view to navigate between different records.
Type the number of the record that you want to display, and then press Enter.
Displays the number of records. For example, "Record 7 of 9(2)" indicates that two records (2) are selected in a table containing 9 records, and that the cursor is in record number 7.
To access the commands for formatting the table, right-click a column header, or a row header.