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Both packages had failed on several installation attempts on this Dell 
hardware which I think is an OP21G.  The Lotus symphony package is an 
absolute bear even for sighted people to figure out how to download it 
from but once downloaded and installed over 
here, lotus symphony 3.01 was accessible right out of the box.  Same java 
version used for libreoffice and openoffice and j_win had been used to 
install accessibility support.  Finally, just one version of jre on the 
machine which is the most current version.  What happens to make the other 
two packages fail and how it happens, we still haven't figured out over 
here.  Later I'm going to get the Microsoft xml viewer down and 
investigate that .xcu file with it and see what I can figure out but that 
will be a back burner project over here.  If one of the installations that 
have libreoffice and openoffice accessible also has md5sum and can use it 
to get an md5sum string on their .xcu files I could get an md5sum on my 
.xcu file once I reinstall libreoffice and we could compare strings.  If 
the strings are different, then the accessibility stanza described to me 
earlier almost certainly is missing from the current version of 
libreoffice.  All in all, this has been an interesting experience so far 
and for my money remains an open mystery locally for us here.

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