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Seem like post install, you have neither enabled JAB based AT, nor
IAccessible2 support.

While we'd pushed for it, IAccessible2 as outright replacement for JAB did
not make the 4.2 release.   It did make it for the 4.3 branch release.

At this point, I would suggest you simply skip the 4.2.5 release and instead
look at the pending 4.3.0 release build where the Java Access Bridge AT
support has been removed so that  on the Windows builds only IAccessible2
support is present.

Also, now for Windows--as already for OSX and Linux--LibreOffice AT is
activated by default when an Assistive Technology is in use--no more fussing
during install or with Tools -> Accessibility.

Here are direct links to LibreOffice RC1 of 4.3.0:

and to the local en-US help files :

this is a full installer so will replace any existing builds of LibreOffice. 
Other than some lingering chattiness, and focus issues in the Calc -- should
be useable.


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