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  1. [ubuntu] Re: OpenOffice 3.4 installation on Ubuntu 12.04

    Indeed, you need to remove the LibO package that remains. You can try: sudo apt-get remove libreoffice-core
    Else, install Synaptic and remove any LibO package.
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    [lubuntu] Re: Installing OpenOffice on Ubuntu 13.04?

    Or install Synaptic and filter with openoffice and you'll see if there is any package left.
  3. Re: converting vb excel macros into OpenOffice Calc

    It depends on the complexity of your code. You can try to post your code in the AOO forum: https://forum.openoffice.org/en/forum/viewforum.php?f=20 there are some gurus who could help.
    But...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Installing OpenOffice on Ubuntu 13.04?

    Of course, it's pointless. But it can help at the beginning to decide which one is the best depending on your needs.
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    [lubuntu] Re: Installing OpenOffice on Ubuntu 13.04?

    You can run both LibO and AOO on a system but you need to install both with the .deb provided by their websites.
    To install, see: [Tutorial] Installing Apache OpenOffice on GNU/Linux
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    Re: Opening Open Office 3 [SOLVED]

    In this forum, you've to add the [Solved] tag to the title of the first post in the thread.
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    Re: Opening Open Office 3

    Good catch. When you cd, use the Tab key: start typing the first letters of the path and hit Tab to auto-complete. If nothing comes up, it means that the name of the folder is wrong.
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    Re: Opening Open Office 3

    Perhaps you've extracted using root (sudo). You should extract the file as a standard user.
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    Re: Opening Open Office 3

    You need to know where you've extracted the debs exactly.
    And then cd to the directories mentioned above.
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    Re: Opening Open Office 3

    I think that you're not in the correct folder. Type pwd and make sure that you're in the folder where are the .debs. If you type ls then you should see all of them.
    Use the cd command to navigate to...
  11. [ubuntu] Re: libre office - unmet dependancies - unable to fix

    I've always used the deb version from the official websites instead of the ppa versions and it has never failed.
    Use Synaptic to remove any package related to LibreOffice and then install LO and/or...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: Problem with printing Open Office document to PDF

    You can remove LibreOffice and install AOO: [Ubuntu] Installing OOo on Debian and Co..
    NB: once installed with the .debs, you can also reinstall LibreOffice but with the .debs from their site too.
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    Re: Opening Open Office 3

    What is the error message exactly?
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    Re: Opening Open Office 3

    Personally, I install the deb package from the Apache site, then install with dpkg. See: [Ubuntu] Installing OOo on Debian and Co.

    The scripts are in the /program folder.

    But better make custom...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 11.04 and OpenOffice - Also Sound

    Then try AOO 3.4.1 (installation guide in my previous post).
  16. Re: Remove Libre Office and replace it with Open Office

    LO is known to be rather heavily bugged until each of their X.Y.3 or even .4 version so beware. There are also glitches that may be new features like this one: [Solved] Cannot remove "Manual Column...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: OpenOffice 3.4 installation on Ubuntu 12.04

    Have a look here: [Troubleshooting] Spell check in OOo 3.x.
  18. Re: OpenOffice 4.0 Lotus Symphony GUI vs LibreOffice

    For the moment, it's not question about the ribbon interface. There are just ideas and some of them could be rather good, let's see what is implemented.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Open Office 3.4 won't launch: 12.04

    What's wrong with the tutorial on the AOO forum?
    What went wrong? What error message?
  20. [ubuntu] Re: OpenOffice 3.4 installation on Ubuntu 12.04

    I don't like very much the command line but I've to admit that for some tasks, it's much quicker than any GUI. Especially when the bash history keeps all the strings needed in memory.

    Usually, I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: libre office vs ms office

    But I'm not sure that the specification covers all areas of the file formats. I remember some discussions about proprietary features referenced in the spec and not documented at all.
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    [ubuntu] Re: libre office vs ms office

    That's the vendor lock-in policy! And that's why it's important to use true open formats like ODF.

    The MS Office import/export filters have been reverse engineered, they have not been made to be...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: OpenOffice 3.4 installation on Ubuntu 12.04

    maljaros: right click a file, select Properties (bottom of the list) and in the Open with tab, select the correct component (or just the main AOO icon) and set it to default. If you've installed the...
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    Re: Which Office Suite do you use?

    About the integration of default applications (LO, TB, FF), I agree that the links are too tight in Ubuntu IMHO. It's rather difficult to change these defaults.

    The most difficult part is to...
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    Re: Clearing history files

    Have you tried the help file? The extension has its own section in the AOO help.

    You may find a sub-menu in the Tools>Addons menu.
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