[xubuntu-users] Is there a Linux Distro with MS Word Pre installed?
ninorpereira at gmail.com
Fri Jan 13 02:24:53 UTC 2017
FWIW, I use Libreoffice whenever someone in the MS Windows world sends
me a document
in .doc or .docx format. So far I've had no problems with sending them
back documents made
by Libreoffice and exported into docx (which actually tends to shorten
the file length compared
to Libreoffice's native format).
Still, I vastly prefer writing in TeX.
On 01/12/2017 08:28 PM, JMZ wrote:
> Many Linux users have to dual-boot Windows and a Linux flavor simply
> because they need one or two Windows programs that are crucial to
> their work etc. Don't think of this as a failure to fully adapt to
> Linux. Consider this the reality of living in a MS world.
> I'm writing an doctoral dissertation in LibreOffice. It's not a
> lightweight word processor. Documents can be saved in .docx for
> colleagues using Word. So far my colleagues haven't had difficulty
> reading LibreOffice composed files that are translated to .docx
> On 01/12/2017 03:07 PM, Will wrote:
>> I would like to leave Windows forever but I need MS Word. Does
>> anyone know of an easy to install Linux distro with MS Word
>> included? By included I mean when installed MS word is ready to use
>> with no involved configuration.
>> Thank you
>> William Tabacchi
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