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On 27/02/11 16:19, David Nelson wrote:
Hi, :-)

My best recommendation for Ubuntu users is still to just install it
from the Ubuntu Software Center... The debs on the LibreOffice site
are more for special needs and people who always want the most
up-to-date version... For your average user, go with the Ubuntu
Software Center (search on libreoffice).

David Nelson

But there is at least ONE major problem installing from ppa or the Ubuntu Software centre - if you do NOT use Evolution as your mail client, the supplied version in the repositories does NOT recognise any other address book - same as the supplied Open office. It's about time they changed that...

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