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I suggest to uninstall libreoffice currently installed on system:
1. If installed from official repository

sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice

2. If installed from deb package
sudo dpkg -P libreoffice

Note: If you are not sure how you installed, you can execute both commands.

Never install LibreOffice from LibreOffice download page using deb package, because this packages are not optimized for Ubuntu, but are common packages to all Linux distributions. I suggest to install LibreOffice from Ubuntu PPA.

See my answer how to add LibreOffice 4.1 Ubuntu PPA: http://ask.libreoffice.org/en/question/21363/update-issue-on-ubuntu/

I suggest to uninstall libreoffice currently installed on system:
1. If installed from official repositoryrepository:

sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice

2. If installed from deb packagepackage:
sudo dpkg -P libreoffice

Note: If you are not sure how you installed, you can execute both commands.

Never install LibreOffice from LibreOffice download page using deb package, because this packages are not optimized for Ubuntu, but are common packages to all Linux distributions. I suggest to install LibreOffice from Ubuntu PPA.

See my answer how to add LibreOffice 4.1 Ubuntu PPA: http://ask.libreoffice.org/en/question/21363/update-issue-on-ubuntu/