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Hi Dan,

I appreciate you taking the time to look into this, but after several
hours of investigation I finally tracked down the culprit. Originally I
couldn't figure out why I didn't have this issue on my main Linux box.
So I started comparing my configurations for LO under Win 10 & PCLinuxOS
KDE, which as far as possible I try to keep in sync with each other. The
only noticeable difference was the default template being used.

It turns out that there was some kind of corruption in the default
template on the Win 10 machine and once I created a new default template
the Mail Merge toolbar issue disappeared. However, I am still left
wondering why the corrupted template impacted on version and
version was totally unaffected by it. Yet another of life's
little mysteries ;)

Best Regards

On 08/05/2021 15:49, Dan Lewis wrote:
I use LibreOffice (x64) on Ubuntu (Debian version. I do not have
the same problem at all when opening a new Writer document. I do see
View > Toolbars > Mail Merge when opening a new text document, but it is
not checked as it appears yours is. Perhaps, it is the Window's version?
Give me a little time, and I will install this version on my Windows 10
part of my computer.


On 5/7/21 11:14 AM, Dave Barton wrote:
Version: (x64) / LibreOffice Community
Build ID: 47f78053abe362b9384784d31a6e56f8511eb1c1
CPU threads: 8; OS: Windows 10.0 Build 19042
UI render: Skia/Raster; VCL: win
Locale: en-IE (en_GB); UI: en-US
Calc: threaded

Whenever I start a new writer document the Mail Merge toolbar is always
visible. I have tried every trick I can think of to prevent this
happening. Destroying my user profile seems to be the only option

Is anyone else here experiencing this issue, or found a solution to
persistently visible toolbars?

Thanks & Regards

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