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RESOLVED.  So after searching the Internet all afternoon I found the proper
file "LibreOffice_5.2.2_Win_x86.msi" at some university somewhere.  But as
it turns out it looks as if it is just a installer (As noted on the
header) that was renamed.  So all I probably needed to do was to:

Download and rename this:


to this:


for it to work.  Don't ask me why; a Microsoft thing, a LibreOffice thing? 
I was then able to do a repair of the install, reinstall the old help file,
and then install and the new help file without incident.  What a

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