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I am currently using LibreOffice 5 from the LibreOffice Fresh PPA: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade And so far so good. No crashes, no errors, seems to be loading faster than 4.4. I had some missing icons but it solved when I installed also: sudo apt-get install libreoffice-style-tango Other styles ...


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The version we have is 4.4. If you want to install 5+ you will need to download the installer from the Libreoffice site. The english version for x64 can be found here. You can use Ubuntu software center to install it.


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You could just reinstall the lost one, and type this in the terminal: sudo apt-get install dpkg gimp compiz and then it might work fine this way.


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The command sudo apt-get --purge libre* does exactly nothing it is wrong E: Command line option --purge is not understood If you have used the next command (in my test in a bash shell it does also nothing? ...) sudo apt-get purge libre* use the command below to identify the purged packages for a given date, eg for 2015-08-28 awk '/Start-Date: ...


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In order not to apply the formatting of a HTML page you can use the insert function Edit > Paste Special… or the shortcut Ctrl-Shift-V. You will see the dialog below. Select Unformatted Text.


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BINGO! I think I just found a clue on this issue -- This should be reported to the LibreOffice developers and I'll try to figure out how to do that as well: I noticed that if I logged-out of my account then re-logged back in, the problem would immediately go away (ie, menus operating normally). I was shocked to see this, as I've never seen it work correctly ...


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These errors often arise due to bad profile configuration. Rename the profile folder using the following cmd: cd ~/.config && mv libreoffice libreoffice.old New profile is generated automatically... Source: link


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If you're trying to abort a repetitious "rescue", even when the window has gone to gray and seems non-responsive, you can still X out with the 'close window' in the upper left. The program offers a chance to force quit. This may be your only option if the program is trying to open a corrupted file. At that point you would think you had lost all your ...


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The icons are stored in compressed files in the folder /usr/share/libreoffice/share/config EG 2256 -rw-r--r-- 1 2308309 Aug 4 15:01 images_galaxy.zip 488 -rw-r--r-- 1 496912 Aug 4 15:01 images_sifr.zip 7268 -rw-r--r-- 1 7440250 Aug 4 15:01 images_tango.zip The icons you can see depends on your selected icon theme. The package name of such a theme ...


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In Libre Writer from the menubar go to: Tools - Options - Libre Office -General and mark the "Use Libre Office Dialogue Boxes": Now you may delete or rename files withing the open dialogue box! There is another way to delete files without changing default options (for Unity desktop): In Libre Office Writer go to File - Open (Ctrl + O): Drag ...


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If the reason for bad looking fonts is disabled anti-aliasing, then there are few things you could try: In LibreOffice: Go to Tools in the top menu -> then Options. In the left treeview go to LibreOffice -> View (4th from top). Here are some settings for LibreOffice (like "use Anti-Aliasing"). If your whole system lacks of Anti-Aliasing (what I don't think ...


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No there isn't. Why? Libre Office is just that - it's a free Office Suite. So the basic requirements: Create new files Open files Edit files Save files Close files The formatting, image / table inserting, text colour are all side effects of the "Edit files" requirement. So why don't they enable deleting / renaming files? It doesn't come under the ...


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To make changes in the directory /usr/lib/libreoffice/share you should have sudo privileges. Ubuntu doesn't use a root account by default, so you have to use append sudo before you run any command that requires root privileges. For example, if you are trying to edit a file config/soffice.cfg/modules/sglobal/menubar/menubar.xml using nano you should run: ...


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I had te same problem and i did uninstall libreoffice-kde and it work sudo apt-get autoremove libreoffice-kde


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Update to LO 5.0.0.5, aka " LO fresh" using the following ppa:libreoffice/ppa instead of downloading the deb packages. The above repo will allow a permanent updating as new versions come out (hence the name "LO fresh"), whereas installing from the .deb files would not, because they are purposefully built on an "older baseline for maximum compatibility". ...


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Choose Format -> Page -> Borders. See this for further help.


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You can do it by libreoffice --writer file.odt If it is an odt file, you can open it just by libreoffice file.odt Some file formats can be opened by different LO applications, then you need to specify which one to use.


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Hover your mouse on the top of the window. It should appear. Alternatively you can use Alt + F10 shortcut.


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If you want to remove all these grey things simultanously: Copy one of these grey bars. Press Ctrl+H On the appeared window of Find - Replace paste the grey bar to the space for "Find" On the space for "Replace" just type an empty space with Space button. Press on the button "Replace All"


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Libre Office is not always 100% compatible with Microsoft Office formats. For working with Microsoft office formats I'd recommend Calligra Office or Google Docs. If you don't have a problem with Microsoft you could always use Microsoft Office 365 sudo apt-get install calligra


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Yes. Author it as you would any document, and then export it as a PDF. You can then email this PDF to your kindle's email address.


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Certainly it is possible. Just write your book in LibreOffice Writer, save it, and export it to PDF using the built-in export function, which even has its own button.


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I did it by uninstall all 4.4 packages via synaptic. After logout and login again short-cuts to 5.0 where in dash


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I believe the simplest way would be to follow this guide. Otherwise you can use the check for update menu: https://help.libreoffice.org/Common/Check_for_Updates_1 edit: sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:libreoffice/ppa sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade


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Try to install the following lib and then relaunching LibreOffice : sudo apt-get install libdbus-glib-1-2:i386 The missing library libdbus-glib-1.so.2 is in the package libdbus-glib-1-2.


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If you are looking for RC5, you can try Libreoffice Packaging Team sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-prereleases Or Libreoffice Pre-Release sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/ppa Keep in mind they are early releases and unstables versions.


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LibreOffice 5.0 PPA seems down for the moment. Until it as been fixed you can still install the .deb package available on the LibreOffice website : wget download.documentfoundation.org/libreoffice/stable/5.0.0/deb/x86_64/LibreOffice_5.0.0_Linux_x86-64_deb.tar.gz Extract it tar xvzf LibreOffice_5.0.0_Linux_x86-64_deb.tar.gz Install it cd ...


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Thank you Javier! In case anyone else needs it, the correct command for me was: pip3 install selenium --user which installed the bindings to this folder: /home/ --UserName-- /.local/lib/python3.4/site-packages/


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For this adapter you need to install another driver. Run in terminal sudo apt-get purge fglrx* sudo apt-get install fglrx-updates


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You should be able to use the concatenate function, from the Inset --> Functions --> Text menu, e.g. =CONCATENATE("Person ",A49," lives in ",B49," and has phone number ",C49) where A,B,C are replaced by the appropriate column indices of your spreadsheet.


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If you can open a file in LibreOffice Writer, then you can save it in any format you like using File -> Save as... menu. But you need to open it from LO Writer File -> Open -> PDF - Portable Document Format (Writer). You need to scroll down file formats. Default format for LO Writer is odt, but you can save as doc, docx or other formats. But ...


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Abiword seems to be capable of this, with a word of warning that if there are equations in the pdf it doesn't do well: sudo apt-get install abiword Then once installed: abiword to launch and open the pdf file, then go to file save as, and in the dialog box there will be an option for openoffice (.docx) click on that.



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