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How to open a document done in Linux OpenOffice in Microsoft Word?

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You need to run openoffice first - don't have to install it as there is a portable windows version available:

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http://portableapps.com/apps/office/openoffice_portable
then open your document in openoffice writer. after it opened, use menu
file->save as
pick filetype "microsoft word' - a msword version most recent to your windows office version - and save file
then open it in ms word

Posted on Mar 01, 2011

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Can not save words document


I recommend looking at downloading either LibreOffice or OpenOffice: both are open-source office suites that are fully compatible with Microsoft Office, and that are free of charge.

Once you open the Word document in either LibreOffiec or OpenOffice, you will be able to edit/save your changes.

Aug 02, 2011 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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Save 240 dollars on your next computer...


Have you ever heard of linux? It's an operating system that has gained a lot of popularity.

One of the main reasons why is that most distrobutions or "distro's" like the popular Ubuntu are free!

Microsoft Windows can cost you up to 120 dollars.

Ubuntu runs most of the hardware (printers, etc) that windows does, and has no cost.

The other money saver if you use Microsoft Office (Another 120 dollars) is to use Open Office.

Open Office from openoffice.org is also absolutely free!

And it can open and edit any Microsoft Office document! it even seves to MS Office format so you can open it up at school, at work, etc, to print it off, give it to a teacher, or the boss...

On the low end of cost ms windows is around 70-80 dollars.
MS Office is almost always at the 120 dollar mark.

If your looking to build your own computer, or just buy a finished one at a computer distributor, you can get really good deals by buying a "NO OS" computer, and then just install ubuntu (which comes with openoffice) and you've got a new computer that can handle almost every application windows does for much cheaper.

If your interested, here are the links:

http://www.ubuntu.com/


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http://www.openoffice.org/

P.S. If you are still using a dial in modem for internet, the chances of ubuntu or any other linux version being able to use this connection type are next to none, sorry dial up internet users.

on May 07, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I am a student and because my college use windows 2007 and i am 2003 i cant open my files which are done at college


Open them using Google Docs.
You can also download Openoffice from Openoffice.org (free). Both of these should allow you to open and edit the Office 2007 files.

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How to use ms access in ubuntu 10.10


Access is a Microsoft program written to run in Microsoft Windows - as such it will not run in a Linux operating system.
Your options are:
  1. Install WINE (windows Emulator) to Ubuntu and use that to then install Access (I haven't tried running Access this way but it works for a lot of Windows programs - however graphics can be a bit clunky).
  2. Download the excellent Freeware Open Office Suite (which is fully compatible with Microsoft and many other document formats) from this link and use their database instead of Access. http://download.openoffice.org/

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How to download Ms office 2003 support for linux 5 (read heat enterprise)? I want to Ms office 2003 rpm link


Linux doesn't support Microsoft Office; that said, check into openoffice.org, a free package that uses MS Office-compatible file types as well as ODF, the Open Document Format.

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Microsoft will not open saved documents or open new window to create new documents!


Microsoft will let you download a trail version from their site or it might have been installed by the computer manufacture but after 25 uses, you either buy it or it quits.

A better solution is to use a free compatible version from www.OpenOffice.org or use the online free version from M$ at http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/web-apps/. You can set the default file types in OpenOffice to the standard Microsoft types, i.e. .doc, .xls, etc

Another alternative is to use Google Documents.

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I want free MS Office 2007 or at least MS word and Power Point 2007 for download, installation & use without any need of entering product key / activation key etc.


http://download.openoffice.org/index.html

OpenOffice provides the same functionality as Microsoft Office, best of all it its Free!


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I need to open a work but i don't have the program of microsoft office xp set up small business


You can go to http://www.openoffice.org and download their OpenOffice.Org application suite which is a Open Source version of Microsoft Office. It can open all or most of Microsoft Office documents even Office 2007 documents with only minor formatting issues noted in some Word documents.

Apr 14, 2009 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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