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I would appreciate if you could indicate what I need to do to install
these language packages to have access
to the corresponding spellers but leaving the user interface as is, in

If I remember this correctly, Linux version of Libreoffice use system's
dictionnaries to provide the spellchecks languages. So, you don't have to
install any libreoffice package, just your system's packages (something
like myspell-fr for french dictionnary, for example). This will provide you
with various languages for the spellcheck, but leave the LO interface

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