I have hinted in my previous post that you can now use a named range as the data source of a DataPilot table, but you couldn’t create a new DataPilot table with a named range as the source.
Well, now you can.
I tried to come up with a clever way to add this functionality, but ended up with just another radio button in the existing source selection dialog (the dialog that pops up when you select Data – DataPilot – Start without an existing DataPilot table).
This functionality is currently available on the master branch of LibreOffice. For those of you who can build LibreOffice directly from the repository, go check it out!
For those of you who would rather wait for a released version, this will be available in 3.4 – the next minor release. Refer to this page for more detailed release plan of the upcoming versions of LibreOffice.