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I doubt location is the problem.  As a test I installed the deb files in a different distribution using the same method.  The help directory is in the same location in both distributions.

However, in the second distribution neither problem exists.  My guess is the two problems (help and Tools/Options) are related and the problem is I'm missing something in the problem distribution. As to what?

The help problem isn't severe as I can manually view the html files through my browser.  However, I do not understand why I can only partially access Tools/Options.


On 5/5/22 12:19, Regina Henschel wrote:

In regard to the offline help: Are you sure the offline help files are at the correct location? There is an explicit warning to install the help into the same folder as the main program on Windows. But I don't know what the correct location is for Linux. Perhaps you download the offline help files again, de-install the old one and install the new and carefully read the texts.

The offline help should be shown in your default browser.

Kind regards,
Regina schrieb am 05.05.2022 um 13:50:

I upgraded to LibreOffice_7.3.2.2 using Linux deb but have no built-in help. F1 produces neither help nor an error message.  I have a help directory and beneath that files plus en-US and media directories.

Additionally, I have limited choices on the Tools/Options screen.  While I can access settings for LibreOffice, I cannot access:

  * Load/Save
  * Language Settings
  * LibreOffice Calc
  * LibreOffice Base
  * Charts
  * Internet

I've been using a much older LibreOffice version but had local help and could access everything listed above.  Thoughts?

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