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Spencer, *,

Some of the extensions are bundled with LibreOffice core. Spelling and
Gramer, Wiki publisher, NLP Solver

They are optional installations during installation.

The Extension manager dialog (Tools --> Extension Manager) will show a
listing of installed extensions, filtered by the check boxes (bundled with
LibreOffice, Installed for all users, Installed for current user). 
Selecting and highlighitng an extension will expose an Options button for
the extension.  Clicking that button will open a Dialog for configuring the
extensions--including the Remove or Disable buttons if applicable--but those
buttons won't be present for the bundled extensions.

Solver for NonLinear Programing is now a bundled Java JAR build--nlpsolver-- 
(requiring a functional JRE to run) and is available during installation
depending on the build.  But I am not sure how the Ubuntu PPA is bundled--so
it may be there as an option during "custom" install --> Optional Components
--> Extensions.  Or you may need it as an external extension, 
installed/configured from the Extension manager Add button.  

Any Ubuntu users up on the PPA packaging for the nlpsolver extension that
can help Spencer?


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