Problem in configuring MS office 2007 in centos 5.8
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I have installed all the packages of wine in centos 5.8. But when i try to run the setup with the command
it shows an error that some file is missing and cannot continue
In addition to posting the error (without which, we can't tell you ANYTHING), you really should be using the latest CentOS if this is a fresh installation. Also, MS Office 2007 is OLD, and the results on the Wine website haven't been updated for the new versions, because of its age. Is there a reason why you need old, unsupported-on-Linux software, when you can use Libreoffice for free???
there is lot of alignment problems while making PPT for users. So i need to install office 2007. even most of the users are familiar with MS office 2007
Wouldn't your users be better off upgrading to something current? And, since Libreoffice runs on Linux, Windows, and Mac, and is FREE, they could all just use that. Since it's free and current, you'd be solving a few problems at once.
And I'm not surprised if there are problems, since (again), Office 2007 is very old. If you use up-to-date software, what happens? And again, support for Office 2007 wasn't good to start with, and hasn't improved. And you still have not told us WHAT the error(s) are that you're getting, what version of wine, etc. Without details, no one can help you.