I’ve got a question about the User Profile. I’m using LO 4.1.5 on Windows 7.
I understand that my user profile consists of a bunch of folders and files in my
AppData\Roaming\LibreOffice\4\User folder. But, beyond that, I can’t make sense of any of it (other
than my Templates).
For example, I’ve made several customizations to my copy of LO, such as:
1. Screen colors
2. Keyboard assignments. I have many of my favorite paragraph styles assigned to Ctrl-key
Where are these types of information kept? With other programs, I could find it in a file called
<*something*.ini>, but in LO’s user profile, I can’t find anything that resembles any type of
configuration file, and I’ve stepped my way through each and every file in each and every folder in
the User file tree.
My computer recently crashed resulting in a corrupt User Profile. I was able to rename it and start
over, but it would have been nice to be able to pinpoint the one or two corrupt files and correct
them without necessarily starting from scratch. Also, I use LO on many different computers, and I’d
like to just copy the pertinent configuration files from one computer to another without
necessarily copying the entire user profile.
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