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Access queries are translated into views and libreoffice shows them in the same place of the tables(obviously they will be read only). UCanAccess may not be able to translate some of the queries, but it's improving version by version. Use the console.sh in the distribution to see which queries ucanaccess can currently translate and execute.


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Step 1: Add the Official PPA sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/ppa Step 2: Update the Repository sudo apt-get update Step 3: Install Libreoffice 4.2.2 sudo apt-get install libreoffice


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There is no PPA named libreoffice-4-4 on LibreOffice's Launchpad page. Try to install using the following PPA - sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-prereleases sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install libreoffice The libreoffice-prereleases PPA currently contains LibreOffice 4.4 packages. Alternately, download the ...


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You could try Calligra Suite: https://www.calligra.org The application is called 'Stage'.


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Im not sure what caused the problem (probably using a template from MS-Office), but what solved it was Deleting every text box in the notes and adding new ones, created in Libre. This way, the notes display correctly


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Well they are here ;) So just add em ;) http://extensions.libreoffice.org/extension-center/smart


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Search and replace: select all columns and/or rows and/or cells you want to changes. edit, find&replace Put a "space" in "search for" Click "Replace all" All spaces will disappear, and all fields that are now only digits and a decimal sign will align up to the right side of the cell (making them numbers). With your example:


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It's not an application, but you can always look at prezi. It's online and if I remember correctly there is an iOS app. Used that for many presentations and the professors or people in the meeting loved it. https://prezi.com/


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Daniel, there is a hidden folder ~/.config (so in your home directory). Could you make >it visible by typing Ctrl+H while in your home directory and remove the libreoffice >folder inside that folder? Good chance that all works fine then. Possibly (probably, my >guess) some settings file is damaged. Those files are not removed when uninstalling I >believe. ...


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A symbol such as an x (lowercase or uppercase) with a line on top of it does not exist as a coded character in Unicode (or any other character code standard). This is why you cannot find it in character pallettes. However, you can enter such a symbol using a normal letter followed by a combining diacritic mark, which could be U+0304 COMBINING MACRON or ...


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I think the special characters available depends on the font being used - e.g: So you could look for a font that has this character available


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In Libre Office Writer: Go to Insert > Object > Ole Object Choose Create New LibreOffice Formula write bar{x} That will insert x bar into it, you can add other symbols (closely related to how latex does it) LibreOffice Calc and Impress also provide similar options


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Fixed in libreoffice-calc 1:4.2.7-0ubuntu2. Help->about shows: Version: 4.2.7.2, Build ID: 420m0(Build:2), released early December.


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First export your data as .csv file format like below: F001,IC500 F003,IC501 F006,IC502 F008,IC503 Then switch to your main directory that you have all 700 directories there and use mv command inside a while-loop to rename the directory to new names: $ cd /path/to/main-dir ~/main-dir$ while IFS=, read -a name_dir;do echo mv -v "${name_dir[0]}" ...


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To remove getdeb-repository test this: Open a terminal,Press Ctrl+Alt+T And run: sudo -i add-apt-repository –remove getdeb-repository or sudo -i mv $(grep -i –files-with-matches getdeb -R /etc/apt/sources.list*) ~/_backups/old-apt-repos/ To correct problems apt-get, run: sudo -i apt-get -f install


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On behalf of OP: I have solved the problem myself!!! I forgot to run hp-setup 192.168.1.102 as requred by Hplip!!!!!


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Choose File/Print... On the first tab, choose "Handouts". On the last tab, called "Options", select "Print to file...". Press the "Print to file" button and enter a file name. Done!


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There is an option in the File menu of Libre Writer called Export as PDF. Once you export, open it again and print.


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This bug has been reported on Launchpad, LibreOffice, and Novell BugZilla. The suggested answer is to uninstall libreoffice-gnome. If you do not have this installed no further suggestions are made. You can then install then install the libreoffice package. Or the standalone packages like libreoffice-writer. It would be useful to know which version of ...


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Type the following command to completely remove the entire OpenOffice software suite: sudo apt-get --purge remove openoffice.org Type the following command to exit the terminal window when the command prompt returns: exit Synaptic Package Manager Step 1 Click the "Search" button in the Launcher bar and type "Synaptic" in the text box. Synaptic ...


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I don't think LibreOffice Writer would be the best tool for splitting & playing with an image, why not try Gimp, cut & paste quarters into 4 new images to print? As to how to do that in Gimp, I've never tried it so this is just a guess... but it should tell you how many pixels wide & long the image is, so take those measurements and divide by ...


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This past week, LO slowed considerably for me, no matter what document. Don't know if it was a change in Java, but LO became unusable in terms of entering numbers in Calc or even typing in Writer. This is under 14.04 64-bit w/ 8GB of RAM. LO Version: 4.2.7.2, Build ID: 420m0(Build:2) As mentioned above, turning off use of the Java runtime environment: ...


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use the following commands sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-3-5 sudo update sudo install libreoffice-base for some reason, your system can't find the libreoffice packages , but the commands above would add a repository where such packages are available the first command add a repo the second perform an update to the packages list and ...



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