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Try the following: sudo rm /var/cache/apt/archives/* -vf sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade if required: sudo apt-get install --reinstall libreoffice or purge it and install it back with: sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice sudo apt-get install libreoffice


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You can use Zotero's Libreoffice plugin for Firefox. Go here Zotero's plugins page scroll down until you see the Libreoffice plugin. Firefox will give one of those warnings that it has not been verified by Mozilla or something to that effect. Ignore and install. You may need to re-star Firefox. It works on my system. Hope it solves your issue.


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i have the same problem. Just use fglrx-updates as video controller, radeon has a bug. That was the solution for me. I think there is a problem with Ubuntu 15.04 and ATI cards


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Unchecking [View] -> [Field Names] solved the problem.


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This is a very serious problem and that does completely impossible the use of LibreOffice, since the operation of selecting part of a text is a very very frequent operation.It must be resolved urgently. See: https://sovietech.wordpress.com/2015/05/16/serio-bug-no-writer-do-libreoffice-4-4-no-ubuntu-15-04/


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I have the same serious problem. Look at this: http://www.worldofnubcraft.com/1326/when-libreoffice-causes-ubuntu-to-lock-up/


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It seems it indeed is not possible (!) to import evolution contacts in libreoffice, since the package libreoffice-evolution was deleted from ppa a while ago. thisBugreport is about 14.04. but is the same thing I experienced. It confirmed but never got fixed. I couldn't figure out why it was removed, nor wheter there is a new version and how to get it... ...


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See this error: Unpacking libreoffice-common (1:4.4.2~rc2-0ubuntu1~trusty1) ... dpkg: error processing archive /var/cache/apt/archives/libreoffice-common_1%3a4.4.2~rc2-0ubuntu1~trusty1_all.deb (--unpack): trying to overwrite '/usr/bin/soffice', which is also in package openoffice-debian-menus 4.1.1-9775 The only thing you have to do, this package should ...


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Open Terminal and fire these commands... sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice-core libreoffice-common python3-uno libreoffice-* sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get autoremove


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Go to -> tools-> options-> languages-> western. Then set the western language as English usa as it is enabled with spell checking.


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I have to select programming language each time I highlight which will be about 100 times in one report, that's way too much Actually there's a way to bind coloring in a given language to a hot key. Make the following sub and bind it to a hot key: Go to Tools → Macros → Organaize macros → LibreOffice Basic. Select Module1 and press Edit: Then ...


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Try pressing Shift-Enter after "Line 1" and type "Line 2"


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You can use your address book Evolution in LibreOffice as data sources. If this is what you want to do. a- In the menu bar click --- Edit--- Exchange database (This will display the box Exchanging data base dialogue) b- In the right pane, under Databases available, EvolutionLocal is available as a source. Click the small triangle to get a list of your ...


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There is an extension in Firefox called WebODF. Viewer for OpenDocument Format office files. It can display documents saved from LibreOffice, OpenOffice, Calligra, Abiword, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint. The documents should be saved in the OpenDocument Format. Another Solution I think you are talking about the package called ...


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Try with a new LibreOffice configuration mv ~/.config/libreoffice ~/.config/libreoffice.old


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If you don't have LibreOffice Base installed, you can obtain it by installing the libreoffice-base package. This package is available for Ubuntu 12.04, as well as other releases. You can install it in the Ubuntu Software Center or Synaptic Package Manager. Or you can install it from the command line (Ctrl+Alt+T) by running: sudo apt-get update sudo ...


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See the following images to know how to create a text-box. Click the icon with an A with a vertical bar next to it: Type whatever code you want to put in the box and then right-click on the border on the box. Select Line from the menu. Select the style you want for the box's border and click ok.


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LibreOffice have made significant changes to the user interface recently but why ask them to mimic Microsoft Office? (Warning: Opinion) I am a heavy user of word processors for producing long and quite complex documents such as tender and contract documents for large projects. I found the Ribbon Interface introduced by Microsoft in about 2007 far less ...


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Try reinstalling the printer from the System Settings > Printers menu. Check the driver you are using on it, and send a test page to print. Also, try to print something from the Document Viewer and not from the Google Chrome, sometimes the problem is with the browser printing.


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Set the zoom in LibreOffice Writer to the default 100%. View -> Zoom -> Zoom -> 100%


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Test this: Open a terminal by hitting Ctrl+Alt+T. Run the following commands: sudo -i apt-get update apt-get --purge remove libreoffice* apt-get autoremove apt-get clean apt-get install --reinstall deborphan deborphan apt-get --purge remove `deborphan` deborphan –-libdevel apt-get --purge remove `deborphan --libdevel` dpkg --purge `COLUMNS=300 dpkg -l | ...


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Try to delete ~/.config/libreoffice rm ~/.config/libreoffice and restart LibreOffice


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XML Copy Editor is a fast, free, validating XML editor. It features DTD/XML Schema/RELAX NG validation, XSLT, XPath, pretty-printing, syntax highlighting, folding, tag completion/locking, and a spelling/style check. XML Copy Editor can be installed from the Ubuntu Software Center. XML Copy Editor debugger (xmlcopyeditor-dbg) is an optional add-on for XML ...


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I have an alternative for you. First install pdftk via software center or: sudo apt-get install pdftk then export the pdf normally in Libreoffice. Create 2 identical files, a.pdf and b.pdf, and run in a terminal in the directory where those files are stored: pdftk A=a.pdf B=b.pdf shuffle A B output collated.pdf This will create the file collated.pdf ...


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apt-get wants to upgrade some packages at the same time as you want to remove libreoffice-draw. Of course this requires downloading new packages: 8 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 4 to remove and 33 not upgraded. Need to get 27.9 MB/64.3 MB of archives. At the same time, the operation frees some space overall: After this operation, 15.6 MB disk ...


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Here's what I think it is. You're uninstalling LibreOffice and an upgrade to completely unrelated packages is trying to occur. Your command output says that 8 apps are to be upgraded, so I'm pretty sure that's where the 30MB download is coming from.


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If the file is an XML table, you can open it in LibreOffice Calc through the Data > XML Source menu. Inside it, you just need to open the XML file, point to the table you're importing on the left column and specify a destination in your sheet in the right text field. Example:



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