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    if i want to install office 2003 using wine on suse 9.2 what do i do?
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    You will need the newest Codeweavers "crossover Office"
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    Quote Originally Posted by adrenaline
    You will need the newest Codeweavers "crossover Office"
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    I don't think you *have* to have Xover office, but I know that things tend to work better under Xover than vanilla WINE.
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    Xover office?

    Unless you HAVE to run Office 2003, I'd strongly recommend using Sun OpenOffice.org. You shouldn't get linux, and then have to pay for software to run on it. Xover Office just adds $40 to the already massive price of MSOffice. Also, it won't run Office 2003 properly; support currently ends at Office XP.

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