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I was using the default libreoffice with ubuntu 11.10 without any problem, but yesterday after updating to libreoffice, most of the menus are either not visible or half visible. I tried everything, uninstall-reinstall, completely remove from synaptic manager-reinstall etc, but the problem is still there.

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Try deleting home/<Your username>/.libreoffice That may help a little. Also, I'd recommend redownloading libreoffice 3.5.12..Just in case the download you have is corrupted. –  Ryan McClure Mar 24 '12 at 8:52
thanks for the quick reply, but as I am new to Ubuntu I am unable to find the said files, please make it a little bit clear for me. –  bpadhee Mar 24 '12 at 17:09
My apologies!!! :) I wasn't sure if you were familiar with things. Open Terminal and run this: rm -r /.libreoffice –  Ryan McClure Mar 24 '12 at 18:25
Hi, Ryan, Thanks for the support but the command displayed this line "rm: cannot remove `/.libreoffice': No such file or directory". Anyway Thanks & Regards. bpadhee –  bpadhee Mar 28 '12 at 4:43

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