USING MS OFFICE IN LINUX

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Hallo,

I would like to know how I can use Microsoft Office programs like Ms Word, PowerPoint and others in Linux.

I am using Linux, and I need to use Ms Office for it offers a lot of features compared to the open office in Linux.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #83958

USING MS OFFICE IN LINUX

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You can install MS-Office 2007 in Linux, just follow the steps below

  1. Install Wine
  2. Select Applications > Wine > Configure Wine
  3. Select Windows Version as Windows Vista from the Applications Tab.
  4. Override two dll files rpcrt4.dll and msxml3.dll from Libraries tab. Override them to be Native.
  5. Download rpcrt4.dll file. Click here and save it on your desktop.
  6. Open the c: drive from Wine menu
  7. Delete rpcrt4.dll and msxml3.dll files from Windows/System32 directory.
  8. Copy the downloaded rpcrt4.dll file into Windows/System32 directory
  9. Download msxml3.msi file from Microsoft download site ( Here is the direct link ).
  10. Install msxml3.msi file from the Terminal window.
  11. Double click on setup.exe file from your MS Office 2007 installation CD. If it doesn’t work just type wine setup.exe from the Terminal window.
  12. Follow the normal installation procedures.

Enjoy using MS-Office in LINUX. J

 

Answered By 10 points N/A #83959

USING MS OFFICE IN LINUX

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somebody once mentioned to me of 'crossover' but i didn't understand him fully.

I am still doing my research about it.

 

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