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Hi :)
Which OS;  Windows, Ubuntu, another Gnu&Linux, Bsd or Mac?

I think for most of them you can just click on the "Start" menu (or equivalent) and then something 

"All Programs" - LibreOffice - Writer

When you see "Writer" in that menu you can right-click on it and choose "send to panel" or "Create 
shortcut on desktop" or "Send to ... - Desktop" and that will give you an icon on your desktop (or 
panel) that you can just click to get just Writer and not the other ones.  

Regards from
Tom :)

PS don't worry about your English.  It is better than most people near where i live (i live in 
England).  I cheekily corrected some things but really it was quite easy to understand the way you 
wrote it.  

--- On Tue, 7/2/12, Eduardo Maldonado <> wrote:

From: Eduardo Maldonado <>
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Avoid destop window
Date: Tuesday, 7 February, 2012, 18:21

Hi all.

First all, I'm sorry for my poor English.


I have instructions for a professional multi-user installation for LO Writer
and LO Impress ONLY. Without Calc or Draw or...

So, I've installed only Writer and Impress. That's ok.

But, when I open some doc or some presentation with LO, and I close it, not
the application, only document, I see the window for desktop of LO (the
attached file).

It's bad for me to see calc or base or draw, disabled like that.

Can I  avoid that window?


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