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1) You have to enable a shared folder between the host and guest operating system. 2) Put you ms office executable or folder in the shared folder. 3) Go to the shared folder from the guest os (windows7 in this case ). 4) Copy ms office folder to any folder other then the shared one (in you guest os,this happened to me personnaly ms office was not working ...


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I got Xubuntu 14.04 and installed it via Wine first which failed miserably cause it was requiring MSXML 5.0... When I installed it via PlayOnLinux, amazingly it worked perfectly, it even installed the missing MSXML 5.0 but gave me an error on Outlook.exe, so it only installed Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote, the rest of them failed. So, my advice is to ...


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To my experience, the best way to use Office in Ubuntu is by just installing VirtualBox and make a new Windows virtual machine and install Office on it. From there, you have several options to integrate the Office apps more tightly in Ubuntu. My favorite way is configure it using this solution: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRoS2iJNGj8 Basically what you ...


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I do not think this is possible, Microsoft Office is not supported by Wine because its source code is closed. But LibreOffice can replace it with no problems.



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