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Sorry for the long delay but I've only recently started using LibreOffice. Here's an easy way to clear the history. It works by creating a copy of the xcu file and restoring it when necessary. If you have a problem with writing the cmd files, I can email them to you.

  1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Copy List" with the following lines: @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu

  2. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Clear List" with the following lines: @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu

  3. Rename both file extensions from txt to cmd (You may have to "Show file extensions" in options first).

  4. Make sure your setup is working correctly.

  5. Open the LibreOffice startup and clear the list.

  6. Run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file.

Now, anytime you need to clear the list, just run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file.

If you need to modify your setup, run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file, open the LibreOffice program you wish to modify, "close LibreOffice" and run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file again.

Sorry for the long delay but I've only recently started using LibreOffice. Here's an easy way to clear the history. history in Windows 10 or lower. It works by creating a copy of the xcu file and restoring it when necessary. If you have a problem with writing the cmd files, I can email them to you.

  1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Copy List" with the following lines: @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu

  2. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Clear List" with the following lines: @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu

  3. Rename both file extensions from txt to cmd (You may have to "Show file extensions" in options first).

  4. Make sure your setup is working correctly.

  5. Open the LibreOffice startup and clear the list.

  6. Run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file.

Now, anytime you need to clear the list, just run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file.

If you need to modify your setup, run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file, open the LibreOffice program you wish to modify, "close LibreOffice" and run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file again.

Sorry for the long delay but I've only recently started using LibreOffice. Here's an easy way to clear the history in Windows 10 or lower. It works by creating a copy of the xcu file and restoring it when necessary. If you have a problem with writing the cmd files, I can email them to you.

  1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Copy List" with the following lines: lines:

@echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Clear List" with the following lines: lines:

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu

    1. Rename both file extensions from txt to cmd (You may have to "Show file extensions" in options first).

    2. Make sure your setup is working correctly.

    3. Open the LibreOffice startup and clear the list.

    4. Run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file.

    Now, anytime you need to clear the list, just run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file.

    If you need to modify your setup, run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file, open the LibreOffice program you wish to modify, "close LibreOffice" and run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file again.

    Sorry for the long delay but I've only recently started using LibreOffice. Here's an easy way to clear the history in Windows 10 or lower. It works by creating a copy of the xcu file and restoring it when necessary. If you have a problem with writing the cmd files, I can email them to you.

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Copy List" with the following lines:

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Clear List" with the following lines:

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu

    1. Rename both file extensions from txt to cmd (You may have to "Show file extensions" in options first).

    2. Make sure your setup is working correctly.

    3. Open the LibreOffice startup and clear the list.

    4. Run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file.

    Now, anytime you need to clear the list, just run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file.

    If you need to modify your setup, run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file, open the LibreOffice program you wish to modify, "close LibreOffice" and run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file again.

    Sorry for the long delay but I've only recently started using LibreOffice. Here's an easy way to clear the history in Windows 10 or lower. It works by creating a copy of the xcu file and restoring it when necessary. If you have a problem with writing the cmd files, I can email them to you.

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Copy List" with the following lines:

    @echo off off

    copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Clear List" with the following lines:

    @echo off off

    copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu

    1. Rename both file extensions from txt to cmd (You may have to "Show file extensions" in options first).

    2. Make sure your setup is working correctly.

    3. Open the LibreOffice startup and clear the list.

    4. Run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file.

    Now, anytime you need to clear the list, just run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file.

    If you need to modify your setup, run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file, open the LibreOffice program you wish to modify, "close LibreOffice" and run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file again.

    Sorry for the long delay but I've only recently started using LibreOffice. Here's an easy way to clear the history in Windows 10 or lower. It works by creating a copy of the xcu file and restoring it when necessary. If you have a problem with writing the cmd files, I can email them to you.

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Copy List" with the following lines:

    @echo off

    off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Clear List" with the following lines:

    @echo off

    off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu

    1. Rename both file extensions from txt to cmd (You may have to "Show file extensions" in options first).

    2. Make sure your setup is working correctly.

    3. Open the LibreOffice startup and clear the list.

    4. Run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file.

    Now, anytime you need to clear the list, just run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file.

    If you need to modify your setup, run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file, open the LibreOffice program you wish to modify, "close LibreOffice" and run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file again.

    Sorry for the long delay but I've only recently started using LibreOffice. Here's an easy way to clear the history in Windows 10 or lower. It works by creating a copy of the xcu file and restoring it when necessary. If you have a problem with writing the cmd files, I can email them to you.

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Copy List" with the following lines:

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Clear List" with the following 2 lines:

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu

    1. Rename both file extensions from txt to cmd (You may have to "Show file extensions" in options first).

    2. Make sure your setup is working correctly.

    3. Open the LibreOffice startup and clear the list.

    4. Run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file.

    Now, anytime you need to clear the list, just run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file.

    If you need to modify your setup, run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file, open the LibreOffice program you wish to modify, "close LibreOffice" and run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file again.

    Sorry for the long delay but I've only recently started using LibreOffice. Here's an easy way to clear the history in Windows 10 or lower. It works by creating a copy of the xcu file and restoring it when necessary. If you have a problem with writing the cmd files, I can email them to you.

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Copy List" with the following 2 lines:

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Clear List" with the following 2 lines:

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu

    1. Rename both file extensions from txt to cmd (You may have to "Show file extensions" in options first).

    2. Make sure your setup is working correctly.

    3. Open the LibreOffice startup and clear the list.

    4. Run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file.

    Now, anytime you need to clear the list, just run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file.

    If you need to modify your setup, run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file, open the LibreOffice program you wish to modify, "close LibreOffice" and run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file again.

    Sorry for the long delay but I've only recently started using LibreOffice. Here's an easy way to clear the history in Windows 10 or lower. It works by creating a copy of the xcu file and restoring it when necessary. If you have a problem with writing the cmd files, I can email them to you.

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Copy List" with the following 2 lines:

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Clear List" with the following 2 lines:

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu

    1. Rename both file extensions from txt to cmd (You may have to "Show file extensions" in options first).

    2. Make sure your setup is working correctly.

    3. Open the LibreOffice startup and clear the list.

    4. Run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file.

    Now, anytime you need to clear the list, just run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file.

    If you need to modify your setup, run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file, open the LibreOffice program you wish to modify, "close LibreOffice" and run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file again.

    Sorry for the long delay but I've only recently started using LibreOffice. Here's an easy way to clear the history in Windows 10 or lower. It works by creating a copy of the xcu file and restoring it when necessary. If you have a problem with writing the cmd files, I can email them to you.

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Copy List" with the following 2 lines:

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Clear List" with the following 2 lines:

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu

    1. Rename both file extensions from txt to cmd (You may have to "Show file extensions" in options first).

    2. Make sure your setup is working correctly.

    3. Open the LibreOffice startup and clear the list.

    4. Run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file.

    Now, anytime you need to clear the list, just run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file.

    If you need to modify your setup, run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file, open the LibreOffice program you wish to modify, "close LibreOffice" and run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file again.

    Sorry for the long delay but I've only recently started using LibreOffice. Here's an easy way to clear the history in Windows 10 or lower. It works by creating a copy of the xcu file and restoring it when necessary. If you have a problem with writing the cmd files, I can email them to you.

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Copy List" with the following 2 lines:

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Clear List" with the following 2 lines:

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu

    1. Rename both file extensions from txt to cmd (You may have to "Show file extensions" in options first).

    2. Make sure your setup is working correctly.

    3. Open the LibreOffice startup and clear the list.

    4. Run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file.

    Now, anytime you need to clear the list, just run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file.

    If you need to modify your setup, run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file, open the LibreOffice program you wish to modify, "close LibreOffice" and run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file again.

    Sorry for the long delay but I've only recently started using LibreOffice. Here's an easy way to clear the history in Windows 10 or lower. It works by creating a copy of the xcu file and restoring it when necessary. If you have a problem with writing the cmd files, I can email them to you.

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Copy List" with the following 2 lines:lines (Note: "echo off" is on one line):

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Clear List" with the following 2 lines:lines (Note: "echo off" is on one line):

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu

    1. Rename both file extensions from txt to cmd (You may have to "Show file extensions" in options first).

    2. Make sure your setup is working correctly.

    3. Open the LibreOffice startup and clear the list.

    4. Run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file.

    Now, anytime you need to clear the list, just run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file.

    If you need to modify your setup, run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file, open the LibreOffice program you wish to modify, "close LibreOffice" and run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file again.

    Sorry for the long delay but I've only recently started using LibreOffice. Here's an easy way to clear the history in Windows 10 or lower. It works by creating a copy of the xcu file and restoring it when necessary. If you have a problem with writing the cmd files, I can email them to you.

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Copy List" with the following 2 lines (Note: "echo off" is on one line):

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Clear List" with the following 2 lines (Note: "echo off" is on one line):

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu

    1. Rename both file extensions from txt to cmd (You may have to "Show file extensions" in options first).

    2. Make sure your setup is working correctly.

    3. Open the LibreOffice startup and clear the list.

    4. Run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file.

    Now, anytime you need to clear the list, just run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file.

    If you need to modify your setup, run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file, open the LibreOffice program you wish to modify, "close LibreOffice" and run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file again.

    Sorry for the long delay but I've only recently started using LibreOffice. Here's an easy way to clear the history in Windows 10 or lower. It works by creating a copy of the xcu file and restoring it when necessary. If you have a problem with writing the cmd files, I can email them to you.

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Copy List" with the following 2 lines (Note: (note: there should be a <cr lf=""> after the line "echo off" is on one line):off"):

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Clear List" with the following 2 lines (Note: (note: there should be a <cr lf=""> after the line "echo off" is on one line):off"):

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu

    1. Rename both file extensions from txt to cmd (You may have to "Show file extensions" in options first).

    2. Make sure your setup is working correctly.

    3. Open the LibreOffice startup and clear the list.

    4. Run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file.

    Now, anytime you need to clear the list, just run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file.

    If you need to modify your setup, run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file, open the LibreOffice program you wish to modify, "close LibreOffice" close “LibreOffice" and run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file again.

    Sorry for the long delay but I've only recently started using LibreOffice. Here's an easy way to clear the history in Windows 10 or lower. It works by creating a copy of the xcu file and restoring it when necessary. If you have a problem with writing the cmd files, the zipfile, I can email them to you.

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Copy List"

      Save the attached file, rename it as a zipfile by removing the .txt suffix and unzip it. This will produce a folder named "Clear recent" with the following 2 lines (note: there should be a <cr lf=""> after the line "echo off"):

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu

    1. Use Notepad to create a text file called "LibreOffice Clear List" with the following 2 lines (note: there should be a <cr lf=""> after the line "echo off"):

    @echo off copy /y %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodificationsORG.xcu %appdata%\LibreOffice\4\user\registrymodifications.xcu

    1. Rename both file extensions from txt to cmd (You may have to "Show file extensions" files in options first).it. You can right-click and edit the command files to see what's in them.

    2. Make sure your setup is working correctly.

    3. Open the LibreOffice startup and clear the list.

    4. Run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file.

    Now, anytime you need to clear the list, just run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file.

    If you need to modify your setup, run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file, open the LibreOffice program you wish to modify, close “LibreOffice" and run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file again.

    C:\fakepath\Clear recent.zip.doc

    Sorry for the long delay but I've only recently started using LibreOffice. Here's an easy way to clear the history in Windows 10 or lower. It works by creating a copy of the xcu file and restoring it when necessary. If you have a problem with the zipfile, I can email them to you.

    1. Save the attached file, rename it as a zipfile by removing the .txt suffix (You may have to un-tick "Hide known extensions" in file options) and unzip it. This will produce a folder named "Clear recent" with 2 cmd files in it. You can right-click and edit the command files to see what's in them.

    2. Make sure your setup is working correctly.

    3. Open the LibreOffice startup and clear the list.

    4. Run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file.

    Now, anytime you need to clear the list, just run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file.

    If you need to modify your setup, run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file, open the LibreOffice program you wish to modify, close “LibreOffice" and run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file again.C:\fakepath\Clear recent.zip.doc

    Sorry for the long delay but I've only recently started using LibreOffice. Here's an easy way to clear the history in Windows 10 or lower. It works by creating a copy of the xcu file and restoring it when necessary. If you have a problem with the zipfile, I can email them to you.

    1. Save the attached file, rename it as a zipfile by removing the .txt changing the .doc suffix to .zip (You may have to un-tick "Hide known extensions" in file options) and unzip it. This will produce a folder named "Clear recent" with 2 cmd files in it. You can right-click and edit the command files to see what's in them.

    2. Make sure your setup is working correctly.

    3. Open the LibreOffice startup and clear the list.

    4. Run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file.

    Now, anytime you need to clear the list, just run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file.

    If you need to modify your setup, run the "LibreOffice Clear List" command file, open the LibreOffice program you wish to modify, close “LibreOffice" and run the "LibreOffice Copy List" command file again.C:\fakepath\Clear recent.zip.doc