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On Tue, Mar 1, 2011 at 6:55 PM, NoOp <> wrote:

No. Your current install was done with dpkg and has nothing to do with

Easiest way for you to purge (if that's what you'd like to do) is to use
Synaptic: System|Administration|Synaptic...|Search for libreoffice,
click the topmost left column header (S) and select all the libreoffice
packages & select 'Mark for complete removal'. Warning; that will remove
all LO configuration files as well; if you'd prefer to keep the config
files just select 'Mark for Removal'.

I found that not to be entirely true - although I backed up my
~/.libreoffice directory before (re)installing LO 3.3.1, I found that
the settings were all the same and survived Synaptic's complete

Still, I recommend backing it up just to be sure.

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