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Hi :)
As far as java goes LibreOffice 3.5.x prefers java 1.7 which hasn't been released yet.  So you 
might need to upgrade your version of java from

Your English is fine but there might be a list that does use your preferred language.  Here's the 
page for "de" lists

Regards from
Tom :)  

--- On Sun, 18/3/12, u-ri <> wrote:

From: u-ri <>
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Re: Indexing a text by concordance file failes
Date: Sunday, 18 March, 2012, 0:41

Hi Tom,

thank you very much for the fast response and the hints.  

Using the concordance file was necessary, because the index is quite big and has to be changed 
several times (prepress, for publishing etc., 300p text and two indexes for persons and items).  

Worked with little errors in OO 3.1., so I hoped that it would work even better in LO, which I use 
(since fork) in my daily work.  But now I can't index by concordance file at all.  Even a simple 
test-text and a few entries results in a headline and that's it.  Until now I thought indexing by 
external file would be a standard procedure (as a part of the online-help).

New installation of LO didn't change anything. Maybe use of concordance-file relies on some 
feature, I don't know (a special java-environment e.g.?)

Best regards

(Sorry about my poor english. I'm not a native speaker at all...)
Win7 64Bit LibreOffice /Writer

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