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Would you mind to tell in what way you expect me to understand "a file on Libre office icon".
If you are talking of a thumbnail link in the LibO starting desktop:
-1- Single click expected.
-2- If you get the "file doesn't exist" report, most likely the file was deleted or renamed or moved elsewhere using system tools (file manager e.g.) or other software.
-3- You may be not aware of the fact that the file-open and file-save dialogues are functionally full-grown file managers of your system (default). If you act on a file there (delete, rename, move) this is excuted without the LibO desktop getting a notification.

Would you mind to tell in what way you expect me to understand "a file on Libre office icon".
If you are talking of a thumbnail link in the LibO starting desktop:
-1- Single click expected.
-2- If you get the "file doesn't exist" report, most likely the file was deleted or renamed or moved elsewhere using system tools (file manager e.g.) or other software.
-3- You may be not aware of the fact that the file-open and file-save dialogues are functionally full-grown file managers of your system (default). If you act on a file there (delete, rename, move) this is excuted without the LibO desktop getting a notification.notification.

Use your system's tools to search for the wanted file(s).