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Hi

Look at my answer in Q59898 (5.0.0 UK). Go through all the steps carefully.

It may well seem complex, but if you factor in the ability to have different languages for the locale, UI & text it's not too surprising.

If all else fails reset to a default Profile (Q59016) (non-destructive + easily reversible). That solves so many LO problems that it really is silly.

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Hi ajlittoz

Look at my answer in Q59898 (5.0.0 UK). Go through all the steps carefully.

It may well seem complex, but if you factor in the ability to have different languages for the locale, UI & text it's not too surprising.

If all else fails reset to a default Profile (Q59016) (non-destructive + easily reversible). That solves so many LO problems that it really is silly.

If this helps then please tick the answer (✔)
...and/or show you like it with an uptick ()

Hi ajlittoz

Look at my answer in Q59898 (5.0.0 UK). Go through all the steps carefully.

(Added after a lengthy exchange via comments):
Unless the person using LO uses en-us (USA spell-checker) it will be necessary to install a User-Interface Language Pack for your language in addition to the standard LO package (the LangPack is ~30MB as opposed to 100's MB for the LO install). After install, the language also needs setup as detailed in the earlier links.

For myself (LO-5.0.0 under Debian) this UK language-pack file was called LibreOffice_5.0.0_Linux_x86_deb_langpack_en-GB.tar.gz.

It may well seem complex, but if you factor in the ability to have different languages for the locale, UI & text it's not too surprising.

If all else fails reset to a default Profile (Q59016) (non-destructive + easily reversible). That solves so many LO problems that it really is silly.

If this helps then please tick the answer (✔)
...and/or show you like it with an uptick ()