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[Tutorial] User profile

The user profile is stored in a folder named user whose location can be checked (Libre Office open):

  • Windows: Tools > Options> LibreOffice > Paths
  • Linux: Tools > Options >LibreOffice > Paths
  • Mac OSX: LibreOffice > Preferences > LibreOffice > Paths

Generally the paths are the following:

  • Windows: C:> Users> your user name> AppData> Roaming> LibreOffice> 4> user
  • Linux: home> your user name> .config> libreoffice> 4> user
  • Mac OSX: Library> Application Support> LibreOffice> 4> user

Folders mentioned are normally "hidden" that is not visible unless you provide, in the operating system, the consensus view:

  • Windows: Control Panel> Folder Options> View> Hidden files and folders check Show folders, files and drives hidden> OK
  • Linux: hold down ctrl and H
  • Mac OS X: Hold down the Alt key and select Go in the Finder

The user folder you can delete, rename or move commands with their respective operating systems.

[Tutorial] User profile

The user profile is stored in a folder named useruser whose location can be checked (Libre Office open):

  • Windows: Tools > Options> LibreOffice > Paths
  • Linux: Tools > Options >LibreOffice > > Paths
  • Mac OSX: LibreOffice > Preferences > > LibreOffice > Paths

Generally the paths are the following:

  • Windows: C:> Users> your user name> AppData> Roaming> LibreOffice> 4> username > AppData > Roaming > LibreOffice > 4 > user
  • Linux: home> your user name> .config> libreoffice> 4> user.config>libreoffice > 4 > user
  • Mac OSX: Library> Application Support> LibreOffice> 4> userLibrary > Application Support > LibreOffice > 4 > user

Folders mentioned are normally "hidden" that is not visible unless you provide, in the operating system, the consensus view:

  • Windows: Control Panel> Folder Options> View> Panel > Folder Options > View > Hidden files and folders and folders check Show folders, files and and drives hidden> hidden > OK
  • Linux: hold down ctrl and ctrl and H
  • Mac OS X: Hold down the Alt Alt key and and select Go Go in the Finder

The user folder you can delete, rename or move commands with their respective operating systems.

[Tutorial] User profile

The user profile is stored in a folder named user whose location can be checked (Libre Office open):

  • Windows: Tools > Options> Options > LibreOffice > Paths
  • Linux: Tools > Options >LibreOffice > LibreOffice > Paths
  • Mac OSX: LibreOffice > Preferences > LibreOffice > Paths

Generally the paths are the following:

  • Windows: C:> Users> your user name > AppData > Roaming > LibreOffice > 4 > user
  • Linux: home> your user name> .config>libreoffice > 4 > user
  • Mac OSX: Library > Application Support > LibreOffice > 4 > user

Folders mentioned are normally "hidden" that is not visible unless you provide, in the operating system, the consensus view:

  • Windows: Control Panel > Folder Options > View > Hidden files and folders check Show folders, files and drives hidden > OK
  • Linux: hold down ctrl and H
  • Mac OS X: Hold down the Alt key and select Go in the Finder

The user folder you can delete, rename or move commands with their respective operating systems.

[Tutorial] User profile

The user profile is stored in a folder named user whose location can be checked (Libre Office open):

  • Windows: Tools > Options > LibreOffice > Tools > Options > LibreOffice > Paths
  • Linux: Tools > Options > LibreOffice > Tools > Options > LibreOffice > Paths
  • Mac OSX: LibreOffice > Preferences > LibreOffice > LibreOffice > Preferences > LibreOffice > Paths

Generally the paths are the following:

  • Windows: C:> Users> C: > Users > your user name > AppData > Roaming > LibreOffice > 4 > name > AppData > Roaming > LibreOffice > 4 > user
  • Linux: home> home > your user name> .config>libreoffice > 4 > name > .config > libreoffice > 4 > user
  • Mac OSX: Library > Library > Application Support > LibreOffice > 4 > Support > LibreOffice > 4 > user

Folders mentioned are normally "hidden" that is not visible unless you provide, in the operating system, the consensus view:

  • Windows: Control Panel > Panel > Folder Options > View > Options > View > Hidden files and folders check Show folders, files and drives hidden > hidden > OK
  • Linux: hold down ctrl and H
  • Mac OS X: Hold down the Alt key and select Go in the Finder

The user folder you can delete, rename or move commands with their respective operating systems.

[Tutorial] User profile

The Where are the user profile is stored in a folder named user whose location can be checked (Libre Office open):

  • Windows: Tools > Options > LibreOffice > Paths
  • Linux: Tools > Options > LibreOffice > Paths
  • Mac OSX: LibreOffice > Preferences > LibreOffice > Paths

Generally the paths are the following:

  • Windows: C: > Users > your user name > AppData > Roaming > LibreOffice > 4 > user
  • Linux: home > your user name > .config > libreoffice > 4 > user
  • Mac OSX: Library > Application Support > LibreOffice > 4 > user

Folders mentioned are normally "hidden" that is not visible unless you provide, in the operating system, the consensus view:

  • Windows: Control Panel > Folder Options > View > Hidden files and folders check Show folders, files and drives hidden > OK
  • Linux: hold down ctrl and H
  • Mac OS X: Hold down the Alt key and select Go in the Finder

The user folder you can delete, rename or move commands with their respective operating systems.locations?