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LibreOffice works well on any system without any Java being installed. If it does not start because of anything related to Java, this is a clear bug. You may have replaced Java while the office was running (thanks to that completely useless "quick-starter"). Does a reboot of the whole system help?

This is how to disable Java in the office suite without:
Find the file ...
... and load it into a text edior.
Change this line...
<enabled xsi:nil="false">true</enabled>
... to ...
<enabled xsi:nil="false">false</enabled>
... and start the office.

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