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Hi :)
I vaguely remember java 7 still being a problem.  Each time Oracle release one in that branch it 
gets compromised very quickly.  I'm not sure if it might be a good idea to get one from their 
previous branch.  Just out of curiousity did you have several versions listed?  Probably best to 
just keep it switched off.  

Ram = 4Gb should be more than enough even on Windows.  I think you could happily double some of 
those values in 
Tools - Options - Memory

Since you are converting from web-pages does that include images?  It tends to be better to save 
the images locally before placing them in a document.  That also gives you a chance to see if they 
are very heavy or could use some cleaning up (Gimp is quite good for that).  

Just renaming the User Profile forces LibreOffice to automatically create a new one.  You don't 
need to re-build anything.  If it doesn't work just copy your old profile back over the top of the 
new one.  If it does work you can copy&paste chunks at a time back until LO goes wrong again = or 
you could just carry on using the new one.  

I've not used Master Documents much and haven't even tried usign section breaks and stuff.  I have 
a feeling that might be why you can't just use back-space to pull things back into shape.  However 
i am also wondering if you have somehow done some sort of dynamic link to the web-page.  

Generally nowadays i tend to use
Ctrl Shift v
to paste things in unformatted and then use styles to apply formatting quite quickly.  It saves 
tons of time that used to get wasted trying to fix wonky formatting from different sources.  
Hopefully you might be able to use that to copy&paste from your edited sections to bring the whole 
thing together into a single document.  

Regards from
Tom :)  

From: IGraham <>
Sent: Saturday, 12 January 2013, 17:08
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Re: Writer: remove/merge pages


Thanks for the replys
I'm running W764 ultimate with 4gb memory
Libreoffice - slightly old version because the newer version breaks
one of my spreadsheets Conditional formatting, I've reported this as a bug
and its being looked into (I think) I'm hoping version 4 will be ok

I would have thought 4gb memory should be ok, I 'll try closing other
programs, see if that helps
I'm  just sorting out for a PC rebuild with 8gb - that must be enough
The profile, I 'll try that. The Universal Panacea, rebuild the profile,
done that with a few programs - even works occasionally  :)

No other programs giving problems and no new hardware or system changers
I've now turned of Java for Libreoffice (was version 1.7.0_09)
And increased memory use to 25 (was 20)
Your last post as to Master document and creating web-pages, I'll have a
look, who knows

In the past I've had documents where I couldn't get rid of the pages, my fix
then was to copy each page content over to a new document thinking 'there's 
got to be a better way'. But this time I thought I'll not be lazy, I'll find
put the correct way. Possibly I was right the first time

Thanks for the help and I'll report back on the lack of crashers latter
(fingers crossed)


W764  LibreOffice
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