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Hello everybody ,
I have an intranet page where people push on a button and there for people using microsoft excel as default application for spreadsheet automatically they have an excel sheet opened with the table "extracted" from the page addressed by the link associated to this button (a link like "http://server/htmlpage.asp";). After installing Libreoffice Calc, if calc is closed , nothing happen on the screen , but I can see that 2 process are started soffice.exe and soffice.bin. Also after more than 10 minutes nothing happen on the screen. If Calc is already opened , the calc windows become gray and it stay blocked. In fact after pushing on the web button we have a first popup asking us to open or save. With open we have the blok, if we use SAVE and we rename the file as html type , than we can open it with Calc (we have first a popup asking us for automatic language for import) and we only need to press OK.
That last solution I guess could be only used as workaround.
In your opinion could be a bug or I need to do something to avoid Calc "freeze" (options or something else) ? test done with S.O. W7 Pro sp1 32bit, W7 enterprise 64 bit. LO (language Italian)
thanks in advance for your help

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