Actually, after realizing that I must not have been completely successful in
removing the Ubuntu version of LO, I did in fact look in Synaptic Package
Manager after doing the [sudo apt-get remove libreoffice*.*] (and your
point about using "*" rather than "*.*" is well taken - too many years of
bad Windows habits I suppose). Synaptic showed nothing untoward.
And, just because I wanted to make sure I could restore any settings I had
forgotten, I renamed the .config folder before the new install, so there was
a new .config folder created. So I don't think that was the issue either.
Your comment about the duplexing was interesting, since I also use
duplexing, so I checked and found out I already have [Use LibreOffice
dialogs] for printing selected. Perhaps I'll try changing that to see if I
can duplicate your issue. If so, I'll open a new thread to see if that's
another bug to be reported.
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