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       Assuming this is a legitimate question ...
          assuming you're new to computers ...

       therefore, will attempt to answer your question(s) ...
          and hoping others on this list will as well; by filling in
further details,

       Java when needed for some programs, sites, ...
          can be allowed to open either permanently or temporarily by
clicking on 'options' then selecting to allow;

       I don't think LO requires this.

       Where did you download LO?; -
          if not from the LO site, I would suggest you un-install what you
did download & re-install from the LO site for a 'clean' version.

          where did you download java? -
       that is not something you should need to download, since is already
on these computers;
          [am assuming you meant java rather than lava - if you meant what
you typed then I would think your computer needs to be cleaned before it's
allowed to contaminate any of your data and/or others']

       Hoping this helps,

From: Forna <>
Date: Wed, 7 Oct 2015 12:01:20 +0200
Subject: [libreoffice-users] JRE and LibreOFFICE
Hi Guys... I've LibreOFFICE and I wish to give a try to the
Database feature.

When I tried to create a new table, I can't do nothing cause it tells me it
needs java.
I downloaded lava from website ( v8 update 60) but it continue telling me
that java is defective and I need to install the right version....

Which is the right version, so I could try Databse?

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