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Re: [libreoffice-users] I have been using open office, libre office and open everything since 1985

I started using StarOffice a ways back, then OpenOffice.org, then Libreoffice since Oracle bought Sun.
I do not now have, nor have I ever had, stability problems, except _sometimes_ when I install a new release over the old one.  Now, I _always_ remove the old version before installing a new version. Never a problem since.

I note that I need to install a new version.

-- David

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On 1/11/2019 5:58 AM, fudmier wrote:

but I can tell you what has happened to libre office over the past two years has turned me off..
nothing about it is stable.. it stinks.

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