Sounds to me as if you've either uncovered a bug or contracted some
therefore, I would suggest:
(1) if a bug, then revert back to a previous version before this
(2) if a virus, then run the various A-V programs until your system
is again clean.
Meanwhile, go behind-the-scenes to the LO file-folder;
gather all your data;
save this elsewhere for safe keeping.
Hoping this helps,
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, Jul 5, 2016 at 4:46 AM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] ERROR The requested operation requires
elevation. Help please?
Every time I try and open a document from my Hard Drive to Libre Office I
get the following Error window.
ERROR The requested operation requires elevation.
This has been happening for the last week or so. It coincided with Libre
Office asking to make changes to my computer whenever I tried to start the
program and it won't start unless I say 'YES'.
Any document that is in the 'recent documents' option in the program itself
will open, but nothing else.
I have deleted and re-installed Libre Office and still no difference.
Can anyone help and let me know how to fix this issue? I have many
extremely important business documents I can no longer access.
Thanks in advance for any assistance.
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