If you are running Windows, and you have set up the "quick start"
options, i.e. you see an icon for LO on the task bar after you close it,
then you are still running a part of LO and the deletion may not work -
some times. I could not upgrade some extension because of that option.
You really need to shut down the computer and reboot it. If you cannot,
then try logging off the user and then log back on again. That may or
may not work. Rebooting is the preferred option.
With modern CPU speeds, the "quick starting" option[s] are really not
needed anymore. For me, most of my systems open [to the splash screen]
LO withing 15 seconds for the slowest ones, and 5 seconds on the faster
On 07/14/2013 07:42 AM, Kiran Masood wrote:
I previously sent a Libreoffice impress file, which I downloaded from the internet and saved
to my documents. I then moved the file directly to the recycle bin. However when I tried to delete
it from the recycle bin this message came up:
"Cannot move DC616: it is being used by another person or program. Close any programs that might be
using the file and try again."
There were no other programs open and I have tried numerous times to delete the file but the same
message keeps coming up repeatedly.
I would be grateful, if you could please tell me how to remove this file, completely from the
Miss Kiran Masood
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