On 03/24/2011 08:30 AM, Biz wrote:
It does not apply with Debian/Ubuntu install. There are a lot of other
language files and such that were built into the Windows version of
LibreOffice that are not a part of the install using the .deb files. The
reasons are not important.
On 24/03/2011 12:19, Renato Pontefice wrote:
When I've installed it, (Win XP) running the install file, early in
the sequence is an option "Standard or Non Standard ", with Standard
ticked by default. I think non standard gives the option to select
parts only; vague memories from Open Office. May not apply to Linux
Sorry Barry, what do you mean? I've installed Libreoffice with a
Try a non-standard installation of LibO this may give you the option.
aptitude full upgrade command, and it did all by himself.
The real issue is the "publish as a standalone" for those that do not
use LibreOffice. The question I would ask then is: can you create a DB
in LibreOffice Base that would work with MS Access? Since "standalone"
databases is something that most people do not write anymore. I use to
have to write main frame database applications, but that was a different
environment now. Most people "require" their users to use MS for PC
based databases. For network/browser based ones, MySQL seems to be used
with the various script languages supported within the server/browser
"system". For a "standalone" option, I have not heard of anyoe doing
that for a long time.
So I would see if I could write a DB using LibreOffice that would work
with MS. That may be hard, since MS does not like others using their
working files. They "required" the user to own their Office package.
Now that OOo/LibreOffice can read/write much of the MS stuff, it may
come down to the controls, forms, and reports being able to be used by MS.
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