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The following two forum postings for LangugeTool provide possible
insight into the problem discussed in this thread.;cid=1328739473560-306

For many LibO users, the Java-dependent components work with the
default settings. But if there is a problem, it is a good idea to
examine the configuration at Tools > Options > Java. The box for “Use
a Java runtime environment” should be checked. The section below that
shows the installed Java runtime environments (JRE) that were
detected, along with radio buttons to select the JRE to use. The Help
button provides documentation on this and the other Java configuration
options in LibO. After making a Java configuration change, you may
need to restart LibO before it takes effect.

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