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Common Errors in Libre Office 4.0.0.3 [closed]

asked 2013-02-07 09:46:48 +0200

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where do you copy the accessbridge-2_0_2-fcs-bin-b06 to I have tried to run it from Program files I have tried to run it from Libre Office programs no info of how to get it to run in libre office so that I can use the Assistve tech tools .

Updates in Libre Office Extensions are taking to long and they do not show any info while running so that you do not know if the update is working or not.

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answered 2013-02-07 15:16:01 +0200

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Using assistive technologies with LibreOffice

The Java Access Bridge software is required to enable certain assistive technologies within LibreOffice. There seem to be many instances where Java Access Bridge fails to install. This problem can be solved by taking the steps below.

Issue 1: Java Access Bridge fails to install when attempting to install Java Access Bridge 2.0.1 for Windows using the windows installer

Solution: The Java Access Bridge must be installed manually.

Follow these steps to manually install Java Access Bridge and set up LibreOffice to use assistive technology tools:

  1. Close LibreOffice by clicking File → Exit. If the Quickstarter is running in the system tray, right-click on the icon and choose Exit Quickstarter.

  2. Download the Java Access Bridge 2.0.1 manual install file. It's named 'accessbridge-2_0_1-manual_install.zip' and can be downloaded from http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/jav...

  3. Unzip the files into an easy-to-locate directory.

  4. Find the installerFiles folder and open it.

  5. Copy all the files in the installerFiles folder to your Java directory. If you have Java 1.6 installed on Windows 7 (64-bit), it is located at C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre6\lib\ext

  6. Start LibreOffice.

  7. From the Tools menu, select Options → LibreOffice → Java. Select a JRE by clicking on the radio button to its left.

  8. Click Accessibility to view its options. Place a checkmark next to the 'Support assistive technology tools (program restart required)' option.

  9. Close LibreOffice by clicking File → Exit.

  10. Start LibreOffice.

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