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%3a is the URL-encoded form of :. Some characters in the file names are not suitable for URLs, and hence are encoded. Whenever you see % in a package file name, you can safely assume it and the next two characters are the URL-encoded form of some character. Try converting at http://www.url-encode-decode.com/, for example.
Open a command line (using Ctrl+Alt+t) navigate to that folder where all the .deb files are ( cd ~/Downloads/folder_name) and there do a sudo dpkg -i *openoffice*.deb provide the user password and that should be all.
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