Two answers. One is that Word Perfect is available for Linux, without using Wine. Look here
Assuming you are using KDE for your desktop, right click on the desktop, and select "Create New", then "Link to Application". In the resulting box click the tab for "Application" and insert the name of the executable where it says "Command" (you can also browse to it)..You can find the executable with the "whereis" command in a shell; "whereis abiword" gives me:
abiword: /usr/bin/abiword /usr/man/man1/abiword.1.gz /usr/share/man/man1/abiword.1.gz
The path is /usr/bin/abiword.