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Key F1, which is supposed to bring up help does nothing, even though I
have installed Debian Squeeze package libreoffice-help-en-gb.

The "Help" option in the top title bar is a link to online help, which
is of limited usefulness because of its complexity and the length of
time it takes to download anything, compounded by the necessity to look
at several references before finding a useful one, if the process has
not timed out before finding one.

Is there any way to set up key F1 to provide contextual help from
package libreoffice-help-en-gb?

Regards, Ken Heard
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