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On 09/10/2012 09:19 AM, Chris Crofton-Sleigh wrote:

I have just installed the latest version of LibreOffice to try it with a
view to uninstalling MS Office later on if I find that LibreOffice is to
my liking. However, I have come up against two hurdles:
<snip because another person answered question #1>

2) When clicking on "Tools/Macro/Run Macro" a message appears saying
that Java Runtime Environment needs to be installed but clicking on
"Tools/Options/Java" reveals that this is already installed.


Any help would be greatly appreciated

What operating system are you using? Is it 32 bit or 64 bit? What version of Java are you using? (1.7 or 1.6.)? Is it 32 bit or 64 bit? If you are using a Windows 64 bit operating system and your Java is also 64 bit, you have a problem. LibreOffice is 32 bit and requires Java that is 32 bit. Also, Java 1.6 is reported to work better with LibreOffice than 1.7. What we both need is for someone who uses Windows 64 bit to tell us how you can obtain 32 bit Java. (I use Linux.)


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