I have been a victim of not digging deeply enough ...
I attempted to open my pdf using the FoxIt reader, and everything worked
just fine. Then I discovered why Adobe Reader (my default) couldn't handle
it - I just hadn't found the right security dialog (there are quite a few of
them). Once I found Preferences | Trust Manager | Allow all web sites,
everything worked fine.
This is obviously not a "safe" way to do this I guess - I suspect that one
would normally want the security setting to deny all such requests unless
the document overrides it, but I'll need to research that.
So, the problem appears not to have anything at all to do with Libre Office.
Sigh... I've been using computers since before the IBM PC and continually
wonder how someone with no experience gets anything done.
BUT - you pushed me in the right direction by suggesting another reader, so
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