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I respect you decision to use graphical interface instead of commands. But when problem appears then you need to write long story with print-screens etc and if end-user does just one click wrong and it will not work. So I prefer giving instructions to end-users using terminal, so I know they can just copy paste the command and it will work.

First of all do NOT download deb files from LibreOffice web page and then after some time use PPA. This can bring you a mess. Deb files on LibreOffice web page are not specifically build for Ubuntu, so are only intended for those inpatient that can't wait few days for new version to appear in PPA. I suggest to completally remove LibreOffice from your computer and install it from PPA.

1. Open Terminal (you gone love this):
2. Remove LibreOffice: sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice*
3. Add PPA: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-4-1
4. Update repository: sudo apt-get update
5. Install LibreOffice: sudo apt-get install libreoffice

I respect you decision to use graphical interface instead of commands. But when problem appears then you need to write long story with print-screens etc and if end-user does just one click wrong and it will not work. So I prefer giving instructions to end-users using terminal, so I know they can just copy paste the command and it will work.

First of all do NOT download deb files from LibreOffice web page and then after some time use PPA. This can bring you a mess. Deb files on LibreOffice web page are not specifically build for Ubuntu, so are only intended for those inpatient that can't wait few days for new version to appear in PPA. I suggest to completally remove LibreOffice from your computer and install it from PPA.

1. Open Terminal (you gone love this):this step):
2. Remove LibreOffice: sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice*
3. Add PPA: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-4-1
4. Update repository: sudo apt-get update
5. Install LibreOffice: sudo apt-get install libreoffice

I respect you decision to use graphical interface instead of commands. But when problem appears then you need to write long story with print-screens etc and if end-user does just one click wrong and it will not work. So I prefer giving instructions to end-users using terminal, so I know they can just copy paste the command and it will work.

First of all do NOT download deb files from LibreOffice web page and then after some time use PPA. This can bring you a mess. Deb files on LibreOffice web page are not specifically build for Ubuntu, so are only intended for those inpatient that can't wait few days for new version to appear in PPA. I suggest to completally remove LibreOffice from your computer and install it from PPA.

1. Open Terminal (you gone love this step):
2. Remove LibreOffice: sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice*
3. Add PPA: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-4-1
4. Update repository: sudo apt-get update
5. Install LibreOffice: sudo apt-get install libreoffice
Note: Copy one-by-one line and press <enter> to execute command.

I respect you decision to use graphical interface instead of commands. But when problem appears then you need to write long story with print-screens etc and if end-user does just one click wrong and it will not work. So I prefer giving instructions to end-users using terminal, so I know they can just copy paste the command and it will work.

First of all do NOT download deb files from LibreOffice web page and then after some time use PPA. This can bring you a mess. Deb files on LibreOffice web page are not specifically build for Ubuntu, so are only intended for those inpatient that can't wait few days for new version to appear in PPA. I suggest to completally remove LibreOffice from your computer and install it from PPA.

1. Open Terminal (you gone (you're gonna love this step):
2. Remove LibreOffice: sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice*
3. Add PPA: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-4-1
4. Update repository: sudo apt-get update
5. Install LibreOffice: sudo apt-get install libreoffice
Note: Copy one-by-one line and press <enter> to execute command.

I respect you decision to use graphical interface instead of commands. But when problem appears then you need to write long story with print-screens etc and if end-user does just one click wrong and it will not work. So I prefer giving instructions to end-users using terminal, so I know they can just copy paste the command and it will work.

First of all do NOT download deb files from LibreOffice web page and then after some time use PPA. This can bring you a mess. Deb files on LibreOffice web page are not specifically build for Ubuntu, so are only intended for those inpatient that can't wait few days for new version to appear in PPA. I suggest to completally remove LibreOffice from your computer and install it from PPA.

1. Open Terminal (you're gonna love this step):
2. Open Ubuntu Software Center and delete all of the PPAs you have manually added. 3. Remove LibreOffice: sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice*
3. 4. Add PPA: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-4-1
4. 5. Update repository: sudo apt-get update
5. 6. Install LibreOffice: sudo apt-get install libreoffice
Note: Copy one-by-one line and press <enter> to execute command.

I respect you decision to use graphical interface instead of commands. But when problem appears then you need to write long story with print-screens etc and if end-user does just one click wrong and it will not work. So I prefer giving instructions to end-users using terminal, so I know they can just copy paste the command and it will work.

First of all do NOT download deb files from LibreOffice web page and then after some time use PPA. This can bring you a mess. Deb files on LibreOffice web page are not specifically build for Ubuntu, so are only intended for those inpatient that can't wait few days for new version to appear in PPA. I suggest to completally remove LibreOffice from your computer and install it from PPA.

1. Open Terminal (you're gonna love this step):
2. Open Ubuntu Software Center and delete all of the PPAs you have manually added. added.
3. Remove LibreOffice: sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice*
4. Add PPA: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-4-1
5. Update repository: sudo apt-get update
6. Install LibreOffice: sudo apt-get install libreoffice
Note: Copy one-by-one line and press <enter> to execute command.

I respect you decision to use graphical interface instead of commands. But when problem appears then you need to write long story with print-screens etc and if end-user does just one click wrong and it will not work. So I prefer giving instructions to end-users using terminal, so I know they can just copy paste the command and it will work.

First of all do NOT download deb files from LibreOffice web page and then after some time use PPA. This can bring you a mess. Deb files on LibreOffice web page are not specifically build for Ubuntu, so are only intended for those inpatient that can't wait few days for new version to appear in PPA. I suggest to completally remove LibreOffice from your computer and install it from PPA.

1. Open Terminal (you're gonna love this step):
2. Remove LibreOffice: sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice*
3.
Open Ubuntu Software Center and delete all of the LibreOffice PPAs you have manually added.
3. Remove LibreOffice: sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice*
Note: If you are sure you have correct 4.1 PPA, then you don't need to delete PPA and also can skip next step. 4. Add PPA: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-4-1
5. Update repository: sudo apt-get update
6. Install LibreOffice: sudo apt-get install libreoffice
Note: Copy one-by-one line and press <enter> to execute command.

I respect you decision to use graphical interface instead of commands. But when problem appears then you need to write long story with print-screens etc and if end-user does just one click wrong and it will not work. So I prefer giving instructions to end-users using terminal, so I know they can just copy paste the command and it will work.

First of all do NOT download deb files from LibreOffice web page and then after some time use PPA. This can bring you a mess. Deb files on LibreOffice web page are not specifically build for Ubuntu, so are only intended for those inpatient that can't wait few days for new version to appear in PPA. I suggest to completally remove LibreOffice from your computer and install it from PPA.

1. Open Terminal (you're gonna love this step):
2. Remove LibreOffice: sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice*
3. Open Ubuntu Software Center and delete all of the LibreOffice PPAs you have manually added.
Note: If you are sure you have correct 4.1 PPA, then you don't need to delete PPA and also can skip next step. step.
4. Add PPA: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-4-1
5. Update repository: sudo apt-get update
6. Install LibreOffice: sudo apt-get install libreoffice
Note: Copy one-by-one line and press <enter> to execute command.