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Old 01-13-2011, 01:06 PM   #1
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Default OpenOfice 3.2

Got a problem with OpenOffice 3.2. Sometimes when I close it, the process doesn't close and therefore I can not re-open it. I know I can go in and close the process manually (and I've even setup a script that will run it). I've also googled it extensively and haven't found a solution - thought there is a ton of discussion about it. Just wondering if anyone on here uses it/had this problem/knows of a solution/etc.
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Old 01-13-2011, 05:39 PM   #2
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Default Re: OpenOfice 3.2

If you try and close the program and the process doesn't terminate, first ensure that you have the latest version installed, and secondly, unless you write/copy a script made to kill the process in the task manager if the problem persists, you're stuck with using the task manager to end the task.
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Thanks for the response. OpenOffice 3.2 is the latest version, as far as I know. I did do a script, that's what I said in my post.
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