Bug ID: 102269
           Summary: crashes after Interactive Calendar is used
           Product: LibreOffice
           Version: unspecified
          Hardware: x86-64 (AMD64)
                OS: Windows (All)
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: normal
          Priority: medium
         Component: Calc

I use a freeware called Interactive Calendar.  It has a transparent calendar on
the screen, and allows editing "calendar events."  I use it pretty much as a
daily diary, if you will, but also for posting appointments.

When I attempt to load a calc spreadsheet after working with the calendar, the
spreadsheet loads without the icon bar, and generally crashes if you try to
close it.  When you reload, it reloads okay, and is completely functional. 
After calc has been used, however, the calendar program has a crash, but loads
immediately, and when calc is used again, it will crash on loading.  I suspect
they are trying to write to the same dll in windows, since these are both
windows programs.  Frustrating, but thought I would bring it to someone's
attention since it may also happen with other programs if they are writing to a
shared dll, or whatever.  I was always a fan of programs that kept all their
parts in their own directory, and this was why - shared files that can be
written to in Windows tend to be used by more than one program.  It is possible
that the calendar is keeping a file open since it is up all the time, and
office is only loaded as needed.

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