There is no intellectual property in an idea and therefore if you somebody else had the idea and you have copied it, there is no breach. However if you use any of the wording from anyone else’s website or literature then that is potentially breach of copyright. You are going to need to change the title of the headings and all the wording or get consent from whoever has that text.
You cannot be in breach of copyright if you do not input the data and if someone does input someone else’s wording, you will not be in breach provided you do not publish it.
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No. Not at all. I’m sorry I didn’t explain it properly.
There is potentially copyright in the layout of the table (without the tax) but I cannot think for one moment how anyone possibly bring a successful claim for that.
If the title of the headings of different words than used in the official item and provided those words are not generic words which would identify the originator (words such as Total, date et cetera which are not identifiable) then there is no breach.
The test is whether anyone without specialist knowledge would look at your table and the wording and look at the table and the wording of the original and say that they were the same. Provided it looks different to the average man in the street, (including individual phrases) then there is no breach.
It doesn’t matter if the user copies it word for word if it’s for their own use and you don’t publish it. It is the publishing it which is problematical potentially.
In the last scenario where it’s only being used for the users purposes, there is no breach.