I have done a bit of research on WineHQ and other places, but cannot seem to get Office to install. I am running openSUSE 11.2 and from what I have read, Office should install and run without issue. I have a relatively fresh install, but had added the winetricks (with lots of errors and no success) and then afterward uninstalled wine and reinstalled.
Hallo everyone, i'm new on Crunchbang and i'm loving this distro but, of course, i've got a problem.I really need to use MS Office on this pc and i've installed Wine through the synaptic pm. Well, when i start the cd (it's original, a school version) i suddenly get an error message that tells me that the file it's damaged.
I installed Microsoft Office through Playonlinux and i want to add a spell checker for my language and the installer is a .msi file "http://stava.fo/download/stavarin_2_1.msi"
i have tried running the .msi file with wine but i'm getting this error
"The program msiexec.exe has encountered a serious problem and needs to close.
Today, after beating my brains out trying to install Office 2007 with Wine 1.4 in Precise, I ended up resorting to using PlayOnLinux. What I learned about PlayOnLinux is that it makes installing things a dream, but it makes the general usability of those things an absolute nightmare.
Hello all,I just installed MS Office 2007 in Wine (an official retail version with an authentic product key). Installation goes well and everything works, however MS Office asks for an activation on its first launch. When I click on "activate via the internet" I get an error saying it can't connect. Can you help me solve this?
I have installed Microsoft Office using Play On Linux, but Libre office is the default for opening all office-files. On the list of other applications to open the file with Word, PowerPoint, and excel do not appear.