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Gabriele Ponzo

Il giorno mar 25 ago 2020 alle ore 22:54 charles meyer <> ha scritto:

Hi Gabriel,

My bad.

It's running W7 Pro.

But, that Libre Writer displays no Page Style under Format so I'll try the
F11 key.

Really strange, but, anyway, did it work with F11?

On my laptop running W10 Pro and can use 64 bit I have Libre

Could that run on a 32 bit laptop running W7?

No, a 64bit version won't run on a 32bit O.S.

That index page deosn;t differentiate between 32 bit versions -vs- 64 bit

If you open "win" folder, you'll find "x86" and "x86_64" subfolders, where
the first is 32bit. For instance have a look here:

How do I ascertain which Libre version will run on a 32 bit laptop?

On this page you can find system requirements:

So Win7 (if you applied SP1) should be fine even for the last version.

Thank you.

Let us know, replying to the list please.
GabrielE :)



---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: Gabriele Ponzo <>
Date: Sat, Aug 22, 2020 at 2:57 AM
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Libre Office for older laptop and margin
To: charles meyer <>
Cc: LibreOffice-list <>

Il ven 21 ago 2020, 23:33 charles meyer <> ha

I wanted to install Libre Officce for an older laptop so I was considering
ver (I have on a W10 laptop with an iCore 7 - so it;s newer.

But I couldn't find that version on the libre download page.

I found this

Would that be similar in look and function?

You didn't mention the Operating System present on the old laptop, but as
Italo wrote, if it's able to run 6.4.0 it will likely run 6.4.6 as well.

BTW here you can find all releases:

My older Libre Office version on that older laptop doesn't have Page Style
on it so I wanted to adjust margins and have no idea how you do that on an
older version and figured I 'd just install the one above which will
hopefully have Page Style For Margin changes.

Your thoughts/suggestions are appreciated.

This is really weird, because page styles are in LibreOffice (Writer, I
guess you meant) from its first version, if I'm not wrong (but I'm pretty
sure of that).

You should find them under Format menu, or pressing F11 key.

Thank you!


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