View Full Version : How do I install office 2007 on fedora6
25th June 2007, 07:09 PM
Is their software I need to buy
25th June 2007, 07:19 PM
Office 2007 runs on Windows, not Linux. The most eligible equivalent software (feature for feature) that you can use on Linux is OpenOffice.Org.
If you must run Office 2007, you can try to install it using one of the commercial versions of Wine like Crossover WINE.
25th June 2007, 08:18 PM
26th June 2007, 04:27 AM
Rule number 4 on linux... If your looking for a peice of software, check the repositories. Dont expect to be able to buy software out of stores that work on linux, i haven't found a physical vendor that doesn't deal with windows/OSx software exclusively.
Search around/shop online, if you cant find something that does the thing you want in the repos.
26th June 2007, 04:33 AM
Landcrab, if you really want/need Office 2007, then do yourself a favor and pay the additional money for a copy of XP and dual-boot. OpenOffice should fill almost any need you have, but if you're set on using Office, then use it on the OS it was designed for.
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