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       I'm assuming the document is saved on this machine;
           if so, then there must be a kink somewhere  ;-(

       But if not, then be sure that the program knows where to seek the

       The more I hear of these 'kinks in the system', the more determined
I am not to up-date from LO 3.4  ;-)

       Here's wishing you good luck in locating the cause anon.

From: Ken Heard <>
Date: Mon, Feb 10, 2014 at 3:37 AM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Property or method not found: DocumentInfo
To: LibreOffice Users <>

I am sure that this error message has been discussed here before, but I
could not find anything relating to my current problem.

I have LO installed in a box with the Debian Wheezy OS.  I cannot
assign a template to a document.  Whenever I try, the message which forms
the title of this post appears.  I would be grateful if someone could me
tell me whether this problem can be fixed and, if so, how.

Regards, Ken Heard

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