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As @Axel Kemp already stated, the LibreOffice installer will always install the complete application which is consisting of the components 'Writer', 'Calc', 'Draw', 'Impress', 'Math', and 'Base'.

Since you quoted somethging concerning "Word", this is likely to refer to the MS-Office(R) text processor. You supposedly talk of an offer to associate files with the newly installed LibreOffice version during install. If you run the installer till it finishes, you will surely be able to use 'Calc' (the spreadsheet module of LO). To associate documents with LO that were saved in a format native to MS-Excel you can also use system means in hindsight.

As @Axel Kemp already stated, the LibreOffice installer will always install the complete application which is consisting of the components 'Writer', 'Calc', 'Draw', 'Impress', 'Math', and 'Base'.'Base'. You only cxan choose with respect to lamguages and filters (import/export).

Since you quoted somethging concerning "Word", this is likely to refer to the MS-Office(R) text processor. You supposedly talk of an offer to associate files with the newly installed LibreOffice version during install. If you run the installer till it finishes, you will surely be able to use 'Calc' (the spreadsheet module of LO). To associate documents with LO that were saved in a format native to MS-Excel you can also use system means in hindsight.