--- Comment #10 from zahra <> ---
(In reply to Yousuf Philips (jay) from comment #9)
> Hi Zahra,
> As Libreoffice 5.2 has a crash reporting system built into it, please try
> that version and let it crash and on opening it again, you should get a
> crash report dialog which will send data to us, so we can track down the
> issue.
> On a different note, it would be good if you could test earlier versions of
> LibreOffice to see if they also have the same issue. You can grab a portable
> version of LibreOffice from the below links to test.
> portable/
> portable/

hi yousuf.
i tested nvda 2016.3 with no problem when i press control+o to open my
i am not shure that this problem is related to nvda version or espeak version,
but i think that the problem is solved with releasing espeak 1.48.15
but the best version of nvda for me is 2016.1 and in this version, the issue
persists for me.
also i use libreoffice 4.4.6 and i unchecked all optional component.
a technical question!
does it make a problem in using libreoffice because i always uncheck all
optional components when installing libreoffice?
also the portable version of libreoffice does not work with nvda well and it
crashes even in usual work, openning menus, openning documents and saving them
thanks again for your help and God bless you for your great job.

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