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On 2012-01-11 11:06 AM, Fabian Rodriguez <> wrote:
Regardless, I'd still like to know what's the recommended JRE to install
in a 64-bit Windows environment.

This has already been answered.

Libreoffice is *only* 32 bit on Windows. You can NOT use a 64 bit JRE with a 32bit program. Period. So, you must use the 32bit JRE.

I didn't find a source for your indication that "Only 32-bit JRE works
in LibreOffice for windows".

There probably isn't, but it is irrelevant - yes, you can *install* a 64bit JRE, but Libreoffice can not *use* it.

In fact JRE as a requirement for LibreOffice (Base or else) is not
listed at all under the requirements:

It isn't a *requirement*, but it is necessary for certain things to operate (correctly, or at all), like for example the wizards.

Just install the 32bit JRE and forget about it...

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