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On 24-12-15 02:18, John R. Sowden wrote:
I want a link (launcher?) on my ubuntu 14.04 box to run LO in a directory that I specify without opening a specific file. I entered the "working directory" and the approved execution name (/usr/bin/libreoffice). Problem is LO comes up in, I think, the last directory that I used. How do I get it to come up the the directory I specify in the desktop launcher.


I think LibreOffice will always start to open documents in the path specified under:
Tools/Options  LibreOffice/Paths/My Documents

a comple list of start options can be seen by entering:
'libreoffice --help'
on a shell-prompt

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