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On Thu, Oct 15, 2015 at 3:07 AM, Евгений <> wrote:


"Writer 4.2 Guide" from second link.

Certificate Path

This option appears only on Linux and Mac systems. On Windows, LibreOffice
the default Windows location for storing and retrieving certificates.

Users can digitally sign documents using LibreOffice. A digital signature
requires a personal
signing certificate. Most operating systems can generate a self-signed
certificate. However, a
personal certificate issued by an outside agency (after verifying an
individual's identity) has a
higher degree of trust associated with it than does a self-signed
certificate. LibreOffice does not
provide a secure method of storing these certificates, but it can access
certificates that have
been saved using other programs. Click Certificate and select which
certificate store to use.

Is it mean, that in LO i can use only self-signed certificates to sign

FWIW - I've always had problems with digital signatures (going back to
OpenOffice I believe). I wouldn't be surprised if there is already a report
in bugzilla about it.


*Joel Madero*
LibreOffice QA Volunteer

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