Top posting reply to Robert K.
For Windows builds, LibreOffice does not package as .EXE files, they are Microsoft Installer
Regards using the Ninite services: according to the ninite news -- https://ninite.com/news shows
that they picked up 4.3.4 release.
LibreOffice updated to 4.3.4.
Saturday at 7:45 am
So you should be OK with the Ninite service installer packaging.
Another alternative is to pick a direct link from LibreOffices mirror network -- these pages are on
the LibreOffice download page, and are labelled "Info"
found here for this build:
and the current help file
From: Robert Kingett
Sent: Tuesday, November 18, 2014 11:33 AM
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-accessibility] Libo 18.104.22.168/We're Cooking
when I try and install it says to please mae sure the installer is,
indeed, a windows installer, when it is an EXE file. will it update if i
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