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On opening Libre Office via the dock icon, a dialogue box comes up telling me that the program 
previously unexpectedly quit while opening a document. The action button “reopen” is pre-selected 
(by blue shading) Both buttons do nothing and the dialogue window cannot be removed. So I can’t 
open files from the program but have to select an actual file in Finder (Macintosh). Even then the 
program is seriously flawed- no copying from sheet to sheet, no formatting allowed, no saving. 
Closing a file asks if I want to save it, so it does survive. Finally after the file closes, I have 
to do a forced program quit to get rid of that dialogue box; it does not have red, yellow, green 
buttons at the top left. It can, however be dragged across the screen. This flaw was cured briefly 
by a previous update, but has now persisted over 2 updates. What is going on?

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