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You could use office online, a service Microsoft provides. You can use word, excel etc. Microsoft Office Online You will need a Microsoft account how to set up a Microsoft account


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Open the ODT file, you can then go to File > Save As (or 'Save as copy'), you can save to those formats and others: You can also use 'Export to' and 'Export to PDF' to export to PDF and other formats. For more information, you can use Help > 'libreoffice help' (or just press F1) - or use the online help (e.g. Save As, Export, Export PDF) You can also ...


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You can save documents in LibreOffice in any of listed formats. Just go to File->Save As... Also there is a button in toolbar "Save to pdf". If you already saved a file to odt, you can open it and save in any of the formats you wish.


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Alt+I, O, F comes handy There after a formula editor panel will be displayed. Once you finished press Esc it will close the formula editor


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An additionally answer using terminal way: Open a terminal with CtrlAltT and fire this command: rm -r ~/.config/libreoffice This command deletes the folder .config/libreoffice in your home folder ~, but not the folde .config itself ;) Alternatively you could create a backup of the folder with: mv ~/.config/libreoffice ~/.config/libreoffice_bak


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i'm not going to add anything to Jacob comment but just inserting some screenshots to help: Open your file manager and go to your home(it will open there by default). Show hidden file by pressing CTRL+h Now you can find many hidden files/dirs search for that named .config Now open that directory and search for directory called libreoffice Now remove ...


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LibreOffice has the memory option that controls how much system memory and in what manner will it be used in operating LibreOffice. Since the default memory limits the usage, LibreOffice does not utilize the system memory at fullest, even if it is available. To access the memory option, go to the top menu and then go to tools-----options. In here, choose ...


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Install openoffice, it's the better choice and install BleachBit to speed up your PC, remove startup applications. Open terminal by pressing Ctrl+Alt+T. Then type sudo sed -i "s/NoDisplay=true/NoDisplay=false/g­" /etc/xdg/autostart/*.desktop, go to Startup Applications and remove some of them, for more information visit Nixie Pixel Youtube Channel by ...


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The easiest solution is to increase the width of the comment box; obviously, it isn't a matter of text length but of the heigth of the comment box. Depending on your needs (and the content of the comment), you may put the comment's content in a writer file and replace the current comment content by a hyperlink to that file, or insert the odt file as OLE ...


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The easiest way is to save the file from libreoffice in a standardised CSV format, usually with "," as delimiter and quoting text in ("), and saving formulas as such. Your data should look like this: 7,444,5555,99,"bcdef" 22,444,5555,99,"bcdef" You can then manipulate this with a simple awk command (for example). You can include formulas in the fields by ...


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This leaps out at me: "FAT-fs (sdc1): Volume was not properly unmounted. Some data may be corrupt. Please run fsck." if /dev/sdc1 is indeed a FAT partition as indicated it has errors which you will need to repair. This may or may not be related to your crashing problem but it can't hurt to fix it. sudo dosfsck /dev/sdc1 or for a more complete version see ...


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I got answer your can use the app like Ksnapshot. just select desired scree, crop it, copy it and paste it wherever you need.


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Here is a visual step by step video that may be able to help you https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zR6fPLTenrg maybe your missing some step , hope this helps you out


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LibreOffice does not provide any nightly PPA, unfortunately. Hopefully in the future, as it distances itself from the old OpenOffice backbone, it will be available in this way. For now the only option for daily builds is to use the manual installation options. This answer could be updated in the future if the situation changes. To clarify I wrote this ...


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Try adding the --fix-missing parameter. As in: sudo apt-get install -f --fix-missing


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Just run this command : sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice-core libreoffice-common python3-uno libreoffice-* as libreoffice and openoffice use same soffice so the error is there.


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Appears to be a bug as you can see here. There is indeed a workaround (at least for the version 4.1, but same might work for other version too) posted in the comment#15 in the above link. To reproduce it: For Nautilus users: Open the .desktop file (such as /usr/share/applications/libreoffice4.1-writer.desktop for LO Writer) and comment the ...


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This is the problem: trying to overwrite '/usr/bin/soffice', which is also in package openoffice-debian-menus 4.1.1-9775 Therefore open a terminal and remove the package openoffice-debian-menus with the command sudo apt-get purge openoffice-debian-menus After that repair your installation: sudo apt-get install -f



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