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On 11/09/2023 21:08, Steve Edmonds wrote:
Did you install from the LO website DL page. Base is a separate component in the openSuse repositories with an optional install.

Since an experience with a Debian derivative some years ago I *always* install the original product from the LibreOffice web site. Much as I respect and admire Debian I'm not happy with re-packaged LibreOffice products.

Moving on, it is beginning to look as if my problem lies with Bookworm, or KDE: my other computers do provide the Address Book features with which I'm accustomed so further investigation is warranted.

Sorry for the noise.

Peter HB

On 12/09/2023 06:57, Paul D. Mirowsky wrote:
I confirm that Base was _always_ installed with the rest of the suite for me.

Do you have LibreOffice Start Center with your installation?

On 9/11/23 13:45, Robert Großkopf wrote:
Hi Peter,

Am 10.09.23 um 13:07 schrieb Peter Hillier-Brook:
For donkey's years I've been using an address book created from a calc spreadsheet, assigned via the Address Data Source Wizard. In a freshly installed version of LibreOffice ( it's no longer available as it requires the "base" component that is not present.

It has required Base also in the past, but many people didn't recognize this. You connect from Writer thruogh Base to Calc.

Why isn't Base available for your installation. I never git an installation without Base component (OpenSUSE 64bit rpm Linux here).



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