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Libreoffice 4.4 was just released - the corresponding repository was created just some hours ago, it seems. As a result, the mentioned commands work now: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-4-4 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade [...] The following packages will be upgraded: fonts-opensymbol ...
It depends on how you installed the font. Font installed system-wide If it was installed system-wide (like most fonts are AFAIK) just pull Nautilus (Ubuntu's file manager) as root (Alt+F2 then enter gksudo nautilus) and navigate to /usr/share/fonts/truetype. then then Delete the file and then run sudo fc-cache -f -v in Terminal. Log out and back ...
LibreOffice 4.4 has been added to the official libreoffice ppa some hours ago. You can update it right now: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install libreoffice in case you don't have the ppa already, put this line into the terminal before. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/ppa
Formatting cells --- F11 Increase height of current row --- Alt + ↓ Decrease height of current row --- Alt + ↑ Increase width of current row --- Alt + → Decrease width of current row --- Alt + ← These are few shortcuts I use. For more check Shortcut Keys for Spreadsheets
The pptx file format is just a zip file with a different extension, you could try unzipping it and doing a text substitution: unzip -d tmp Mockups.pptx find tmp -type f | xargs sed -i 's/Calibri/Cambria/g' ( cd tmp; zip -r ../Mockups2.pptx . ) rm -Rf tmp
If you installed the font using the install button, it was likely just copied to ~/.fonts. To uninstall it, just open that directory, find the font, and delete the file.
If a LibreOffice window is open, it opens a window in the display of that process. Therefore one way would be to kill any running LibreOffice processes.
Ubuntu uses the Human icon theme for libreoffice, so if you want the sifr icon theme which is the default one used on Mac OS X, you will need to install its package (libreoffice-style-sifr) and then go into Tools > Options > View and set the icon style to sifr. If you wan the tango icon theme, which is libreoffice's default icon theme on windows and linux, ...
If you have installed .ttf Microsoft core fonts mscorefonts-installer through terminal ctrl+alt+t.You can uninstall it as: sudo apt-get remove ttf-mscorefonts-installer
I found a very simple way to unlock a sheet (open office 1.0) but should be similar on other versions. Change extention .ods to .zip unzip the file in a folder. Find the document.xml file it contains. Edit this xml file to find something like this: table:name="*****" table:style-name="ta1" table:protected="true" ...
The "official" PPA for Libre-Office 4.4: https://launchpad.net/~libreoffice/+archive/ubuntu/libreoffice-4-4 To add it: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-4-4 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade "et voilà"
The simplest database available is sqlite which comes installed (or can be installed) with any Linux flavour possible, takes virtually no memory,, as little disk space as possible (and if you take care about the number of rows and the amount of tables, as little CPU as well) If anyone comes up with anything simpler then that in the next week, I'll send them ...
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Go to Tools-->Options-->Libreoffice-->Security-->Macro Security-->Low Tell me if that solves your problem. Note:This choice will remove any layer of security that you have so be careful what files you are using.
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