On 05/12/2013 05:55 AM, Thomas Becker wrote:
If you are using Windows as your operating system, do a custom
install. (The previous installation will not be remembered.)
Is there a particular reason why you do not want to install Base?
You could do the default install and not ever use Base. (I do not use
the Math component even though I have it installed.) If size of the
install is a problem, the custom install uses about 5 MiB less than the
default install. LibreOffice is a single integrated program with a core
section (most of the installation) and the individual components
(Writer, Calc, Base, Draw, Impress, etc.) which each add 5-10 MiB of
installed files. All of the components share the core section. They even
use some of the files from other components. For example, Base forms and
reports use Writer files to create or modify them. Impress uses Draw and
Writer functions .
I have read that to install a new version of LibreOffice, it is not
necessary to uninstall the previous one. I can install "over" the
previous. I am currently using version 184.108.40.206 (and am new to
LibreOffice, I never used older versions).
I would like to know if during installation of the new version, the
installation settings of the previous one will be "remembered".
I mean: when installing LibreOffice I chose to not install Base, and
also changed other installation options; do I have to do this changes
each time I install a new version?
Shall I choose to install with default options (in case the options
from the previous installation will be remembered), or shall I do a
custom install, and manually do all changes again?
I want to make sure that Base does not get installed, and possibly to
keep all settings (both installation and program settings).
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