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Hi Andreas, all

Andreas Säger wrote
Feel free to do what you want with it. I won't elaborate any further
since this is a feature I would not use by myself.

I don't intend to use it either. I'm just trying to find a user friendly
solution to the OPs problem. And you seem to be the right person to solve
this :)

Andreas Säger wrote
The right location for the AutoStart folder is your default document
folder ("My Documents") as set up in menu:Tools>Options>Paths. This is
system independent and every user who wants to use this can take care
about the gory details:
-- Move AutoStart after changing the default folder.
-- Mind that directory names are case insensitive under Windows but case
sensitive under regular systems.
-- In order to keep this as simple as is (no error handlers), you must
not drop any files into that folder that can not be loaded by your
office suite.

Everything works fine (i.e. all documents in the AutoStart folder are
launched) except that the onApplicationStart macro is not executed when
LibreOffice is opened.

Is there a way to make it autorun on start?

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