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I have fixed the accessibility problems I was experiencing after installing Java via the Ninite 
The Window-eyes screen reader includes a utility which allows the user to install the Java Access 
Bridge.  When I ran their utility and restarted my PC, accessibility returned to Libreoffice.  I'm 
not sure what Ninite is doing which is different from GW Micro's Access Bridge installer, but using 
their installer fixed my problems.  Does anyone know why this is?

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