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Hi all.
Well the subject pretty much says it, I got a notification there was an update to Java, I believe 
it is java 7 update five.  Once I did the update my install
of Libre Office no longer works.  As soon as I try to start the program I get the standard windows 
7 message about a problem has caused libre office to stop working,  Windows will close
the program, blah blah blah.  I have tried repairing the install and when that did not do anything 
I went so far as to remove the whole install and re-
install Libre Office.  Still no joy.
I am not sure if this is an accessibility problem or not, I do know that the java update did 
totally screw my install of access bridge as well and I
had to re-install that too.  This is the first time I’ve ever had a java update screw things up 
this way.
Needless to say I am not a happy camper, I depend on this program to do paperwork for work here at 
home.  Has anyone else had this happen with this java update?  I am
running the 32-bit version of windows 7.  I have posted this to the accessibility list too but am 
posting it here in case it is not related to the
accessibility settings and is a general problem.  

One user on the accessibility list suggested that I try putting the java 631 version back on the 
system and see if that solves the problem.  I know the java folks don’t recommend you do things 
like this but I’m frankly willing to if it will get this fixed for now.  If anyone has any other 
ideas on how to fix this or if you need more info just let me know.
Thanks in advance.
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