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On 2/13/20 7:28 AM, Alwyn wrote:
I use an iMac on which Open Office is currently the default application.  I
want to change Libre Office to the default whilst keeping Open Office as an
application.  Is that possible?

Mac Mojave:

System Preferences>Default Apps> Extensions Select the correct file extension, select Libre Office in the dropdown list.

My install did not have ods for Calc, so I typed it in the box below the extensions list, clicked on the plus sign, and selected Libre Office.

MacOS 10.14.6
Firefox 70.0.1
Thunderbird 60.8
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