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The option to connect directly to an Access database is only available in the Windows versions of LibreOffice Base. However, it is possible to use the UCanAccess JDBC driver to give LibreOffice Base read/write access to a Microsoft Access database file (.mdb or .accdb). For detailed instructions on how to set it up, see my answer to a similar question here: ...
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It is also possible to use the UCanAccess JDBC driver to connect to Access database files (.mdb and .accdb) from applications like LibreOffice Base. For detailed instructions on how to set it up, see my answer to Is it possible to open an Access 2010 database file without using Wine or VirtualBox?
Yes, we can use the UCanAccess JDBC driver to connect to Access databases (.mdb and .accdb) in LibreOffice Base. Here's how I did it on a clean install of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. First, I installed LibreOffice Base itself sudo apt-get install libreoffice-base Then I downloaded UCanAccess to my Downloads folder and unzipped it. I launched LibreOffice (not ...
What you installed on Windows doesn't matter to Linux (or for that matter, to another Windows installation). Yes No, you need not uninstall MS Office. Yes, most files should open fine in LibreOffice. Yes Yes If you use Steam on Wine, you should be able to use the library you already have downloaded, but that has it's own set of problems, and for a game ...
You can't take any installed programs from Windows to Ubuntu Linux. After installing Ubuntu, you have to install any program you need. You have to install DotA2 and the Steam Client after installing Ubuntu. I know, downloading DotA2 takes ages... There is no MS Office for any Linux Version. And I doubt ther will ever be one. However, Ubuntu comes along ...
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