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1st sorry for the top post - silly email client i'm stuck with at the moment.

Well, from memory (so beware):

Start Synaptic

-------[might not be required]
Click on the button Status
Select 'Instsalled'

Click on Search
enter the string LibreOffice
In the list retutnred is an entry name ONLY Libreoffice
Right click on this and from the context menu select
'Mark for Removal' OR 'Mark for Complete Removal'
(first choice removes the installation, but does not delete the files from your hard disk - the 
second does)
Click on 'Apply'
A confirmation dialog will open, click OK
That is it, IIRC

Best wishes


-----Original Message-----
From: David Nelson []
Sent: Friday, November 26, 2010 12:34 PM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Installation/De-installation how-to's for  Debian/Ubuntu and Fedora 
Core Linux LibreOffice beta 3 distribs

Hi, :-)If anyone can provide LibO beta 2 de-installation instructions usingSynaptic, it would be 
really great, and I can include them in theinstallation/de-installation how-to's I'm doing for both 
the .deb and.rpm distribs. I already tried applying the filter "libo", but you geta confusing and 
dangerous mix of packages.TIA for any helpDavid Nelson-- Unsubscribe instructions: E-mail to 
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