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2013/6/30 Denis J Navas <>

LibreOffice has a configuration option to check by itself for new versions.

The Portable LibreOffice, must be checked by the PortableApps platform.
 And at your will, you can actualize your version or wait after some time,
to give time to rise reports on the new version.

Instructions on how to check for updates, either automatically or manually,
are found on this webpage :  **<>
However, on my machine running 64-bit Linux Mint 15 with LibreOffice
Version (Build ID: 400m0(Build:2)) installed, no «Check for
updates» button under «Help», which would allow me to check manually is to
be found, nor can I select for automatic updating by selecting «Online
Update» via Tools → Options → LibreOffice ; no such alternative appears.
Could it be that this is due to the fact that I am using the Ubuntuised
version of LibO, as updated via the Ubuntu PPA (kudos, by the way, to the
developers who have taken upon themselves the task of updating there !) ?
Do others, who are not using the PPA to update LibreOffice, in fact have
access to these alternatives ?...


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