I'm mostly using LO on linux but I have kept a version [5.4. ish] of LO
on a Windows box for occasional testing of documents. Having read a
recent post which spoke enthusiastically about some LO 6 features, I
thought I would give it go.
I downloaded and installed both these two files from libreoffice.org's
download page :
LibreOffice Writer, Calc and Impress applications appear to work
correctly but trying to get the LO Help (F1) to work brings up an error
"The LibreOffice built-in help is not installed on your computer"
I downloaded the help pack a second time and ran the installer. It
recognised the first installation and offered the repair option, which I
accepted. But F1 help still does not work.
When looking in C:\Program Files\LibreOffice, the help directory appears
to be stuffed with lots of files.
Any ideas how to get the applications to recognise the presence of the
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