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Andreas Säger wrote

IMHO, this indicates that you are not running the LibO Python which 
certainly has the module named uno. Each and every extension and macro 
imports uno.

Excellent tip.  In fact it was running another Python version needed for
ArcGis. I just removed it but the Python version included with LibreOffice
fails to execute. It reports "This application has failed to start because
python26.dll was not Found. Re-installing the application may fix this

In fact i can only find python.exe.  I have uninstalled and reinstalled LO
3.5.2rc2 but it still doesn't work.

Any ideas?

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