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As appraised to you all I am an ordinary computer user limited to word, excel & ppt. But an ardent fan & supporter of LIBRE OFFICE.

Was till now using LO 3.?.? not sur eof the succeeding digits. Recently downloaded 4.1.3 but am facing lot of problems with it:

Hangs for no good reason - almost at par with MS Office with VISTA

got a pdf file converted to word online & the resultant was .rtf LO 4 would open it in .odt allow me to save it in .odt but when I try to open the LO file I receive an error msg box:

Libre Office                X

Red                    Read-Error.
Circle                 Error reading file.


Have tried it several times but to the same result.

I feel LO needs some time before novices like can use it.

What would happen if I download LO 3.5.7 (already started it from Source Forge. Will there be a clash between the 2 versions? Will LO allow me to install the older version LO 3.5.7?

I do not want to first uninstal LO & then install LO 3.5.7 is this possible? or will there be a down time i.e. uninstall LO then download LO 3.5.7 & then install it?

Kindly suggest

thanks & regards

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