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Hello

  1. Answer: no, it will not delete all your documents
  2. Advice: Before you start to re-install LibreOffice, you should reset your "User Profile", which might be corrupted and causing these crashes. If that's the case, a reinstall will not help at all, since the "User Profile" will not be deleted if you remove the software from your system. Since you did nothing tell about your Operating system, I can not tell you where your user profile is stored. Just the general info to look for details "User Profile" about at https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/UserProfile

Hello

  1. Answer: no, it will not delete all your documents
  2. Advice: Before you start to re-install LibreOffice, you should reset your "User Profile", which might be corrupted and causing these crashes. If that's the case, a reinstall will not help at all, since the "User Profile" will not be deleted if you remove the software from your system. Since you did nothing tell about your Operating system, I can not tell you where your user profile is stored. Just the general info to look for details "User Profile" about at https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/UserProfile. And don't forget: Make a Backup of your user profile before you remove it

Hello

  1. Answer: no, it will not delete all your documents
  2. Advice: Before you start to re-install LibreOffice, you should reset your "User Profile", which might be corrupted and causing these crashes. If that's the case, a reinstall will not help at all, since the "User Profile" will not be deleted if you remove the software from your system. Since you did nothing tell about your Operating system, I can not tell you where your user profile is stored. Just the general info to look for details "User Profile" about at https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/UserProfile. And don't forget: Make a Backup backup of your user profile before you remove it