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Tom wrote

I think Chaim was just getting confused as new users often do.  F and G
are very close together on the keyboard and in the alphabet and it's not
immediately intuitively obvious that the G would be for "Graphics" and the
P for "Presentation".  It's only obvious in hindsight.  

I don't think that was the case. See Chaim's answer @ 1pm

Tom wrote

If you don't have permissions to install stuff on the other machine then
install LibreOffice to a Usb-stick using the "Portable Apps" approach. 
Then you can run LibreOffice from any Windows machine by just plugging in
your usb-stick.  

That is a nice suggestion for some users. But some companies have the USB
ports disabled (either in the OS or even physically) and some have the USB
ports enabled but a strict code where you are not allowed to execute other
programs that were not installed by the IT staff.

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