Thanks, but something else is going on.
What I downloaded was LibreOffice_4.0.3_Linux_x86-64_deb.tar.gz (dated Thu
16 May 2013 04:51:39 PM CDT).
When I unscrunched that I got a folder called
In the LibreOffice_18.104.22.168_Linux_x86-64_deb folder was a folder called DEBS
In the DEBS folder, along with all the basic LibreOffice stuff, was the
desktop-integration folder, **as you said**.
In that folder was libreoffice4.0-debian-menus_4.0.3-3_all.deb, which I had
I double-clicked it, and the Ubuntu Software Center listed it as installed,
but since it had an option to re-install, I thought I would give that a
After re-installing, I checked Writer, and the menus were still in the
Writer screen, not on the Ubuntu top panel.
So I rebooted the machine and tried again.
Libre Office shows Version 22.214.171.124 (Build ID:
0eaa50a932c8f2199a615e1eb30f7ac74279539) by the way.
I'm running Ubuntu 12.04LTS, and I fired up GIMP and Gramps just to make
sure they were displaying the Ubuntu/HUD menus (which they were), so I
suspect my problem is with LibreOffice and not with Ubuntu.
Do you (or anyone) have any idea what I'm missing, or where I should look?
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