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Hi :)

The mailing list carefully strips out attachments to try to avoid getting
people's inboxes clogged.  It's better to upload your file to somewhere and
then give people the link to that uploaded file.  

Nabble does the whole thing in one go.  Either click on the link in this
email or go to the LibreOffice official website and then navigate 
"Get Help" - Nabble 
and then find this thread.  Using the Nabble interface just reply to any of
the comments in this thread and just above the message box where you can
type your reply in there are various buttons including "More".  The top
option in the "More" button is to "upload file".  This places the link in
the message box.  

Uninstalling and reinstalling seldom does anything these days.  It used to
be a good way to "get back to factory defaults" but even proprietary
programs are beginning to use a "user profile" that stores all the settings
and configurations and other things so that a reinstall or upgrade just
picks up on everything the user wanted without forcing them to hunt through
all the settings and stuff each time.

So, please could you try renaming the user profile

Also please let us know which format you are saving in.  If you are using
any Word format, such as Doc or DocX then please try saving in native Odt

Have you tried other programs?  Are other programs having the same problem
when you save to the same place?  Where are you trying to save documents? 
Local hard-drive, network fodler, usb-stick, Cd?  

Regards from
Tom :)  

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