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Thomas Blasejewicz wrote:

ALL I want to do is type "(c)" leave it standing as it is.
No automatic changes.
Now, this cannot be so difficult, can it?

These changes are defined in Autocorrect Options, so that's the place where you have to change it. 
You just have to find out which language LO uses to find it.

You could check in the preferences (LibreOffice > Preferences or Tools > Options, depending on your 

Then go to LibreOffice > Language Settings > Languages and look at Default Languages for Documents.
Then look in your document, Tools > Language > For Selection, and also For Paragraph, For all Text.

For all of these, delete the (c) replacement in Autocorrect > Replace

You could also uncheck Tools > AutoCorrect > While Typing, but obviously that also disables all 
other corrections.
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