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Does Microsoft Word work on Linux?


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Aaron Jones
2020-02-08 07:30:38
2020-02-08 07:30:38

Yes, Microsoft Word work on Linux. Linux users can use LibreOffice, Google Docs, and even Microsoft's Office Web Apps. Luckily, there are ways to run Microsoft Office on Linux.

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Microsoft Word is a word processor. Linux is a family of operating systems.

I you are taliking about word editing you can do that in a program called Libreoffice. If you have ever used Openoffice it is very similar, and you can earn your master's degree online because anything that works in your web browser in windows will work in Linux. Libreoffice can aslo save in Microsoft Word format so that your teachers do not have to know you are not using Microsoft Word.

None what-so-ever. Halo was developed with Microsoft. So Linux will not work with it.

Yes, if installed using Wine.

No. It wouldn't have any use even if it did.

You can not install Microsoft office directly on Linux. However there is a software called called crossover office which lets you run Microsoft office applications on Linux.

Yes, using a free word processors like OpenOffice Writer, AbiWord, or KWord.

The Linux kernel and the many off-shoot operating system distributions (Ubuntu, Linux Mint, and so on) are classed as open source and have nothing to do with Microsoft.

Microsoft and Linux have no direct relationship. Microsoft has frequently attacked the reliability and cost effectiveness of Linux in order to promote their own Windows Server products. They do not release any software for Linux directly, but have made several "deals" with various commercial Linux vendors, such as Novell, Xandros, and Linspire, to license Windows media codecs.

Linux is an operating system kernel. Microsoft is a software company that amongst other things produces operating systems. They are totally different things.Linux is not a corporation, it is an open source kernel. Microsoft is a corporation that produces computer software, mostly closed-source. Linux is maintained and developed by volunteers at the Linux Foundation.

Not natively. Several products exist for running Microsoft Office on Linux, including Wine, Crossover Office, and Cedega.

Microsoft has never stated specifically how many patents Linux violates, or even a single example.

Heavens no! Microsoft is actually a pretty vocal opponent to Linux adoption, as it seriously threatens their market share. The Linux trademark is own by its creator, Linus Torvalds, and the Linux kernel itself is under dozens, if not hundreds, of copyrights to hundreds of holders.

The advantage of using a Linux OS over Microsoft OS is that Linux uses less resources(i.e. hardware) than Microsoft OS. Microsoft operating systems come pre packaged with tons of appilcations whereas Linux applications can be added as needed and only uses the resources needed to run the processes that you select.

Work on the first version of Microsoft Word started in February 1983 and it was launched in October 1983.

There are templates for them in Microsoft Word. When creating a new document you can work from one of these templates.

7 is an example of Windows. But Linux is not Windows and there is no "Linux 7." Linux is a completely different operating system and has nothing to do with Microsoft.

It is not yet possible to watch Netflix on Linux operating systems because Microsoft Silverlight only runs on Microsoft operating systems. Netflix uses Microsoft Silverlight because of its DRM protection.

yes it is Microsoft office is for typing words for you to work on great informations and great work you have done in school hope you like this writing

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Yes as long as you are running Microsoft Office on Vista.

On same way like you and your mother where xp is mother

Every kind of enterprise uses the Microsoft Word differently. So the people does, too.

i love linux, but company's people all use windows. so i need use xp

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