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Old 10-03-2007, 12:44 AM   #1
kantor_98
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cd key office problems in wine


I install wine and I try to install msword XP now. But when I introduce the key cd, I receive the message that it is not correct. But the key is the correct one, I used for install it in win and I also search on the net and it is the same ! Do you know why is happening this ?
before asking the key, I am informed that the tahoma characters are not available. I don't know if this is relevant...
I have Fedora 7

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Old 10-03-2007, 02:03 AM   #2
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OK, it seems that anyway wine is not supporting off xp. I install off 97 and it works, but I cannot save the files ! I receive the message:
"Word cannot save or create this file.The disk may be full or write protected"
Any idea why ? I must set my wine more ?
 
  


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