Below is a link to where the CrossoverOffice web page mentions what it took for one user to get Adobe Acrobat 5 working:
I use CrossoverOffice but have never tried to install Adobe Acrobat 5 under Linux. However, I do use CrossoverOffice under Red Hat 9 to run Word 97, Excel 97, Powerpoint 97, Adobe Photoshop 7.0, WinZip 8.1, PrivyPad and fsum. I assume that you must be using Access 2000 because Codeweavers claims it is the only version that is supported under CrossoverOffice.
I had thought about possibly installing Access 2000 under Linux but have been teaching myself to use PHP and MySQL instead. The only thing that makes me hestant about using PHP/MySQL is that it is a client/server and web page oriented product that seems like overkill for what I want to do. The only thing that I have been using Access for is to keep the membership records for a small singles club. I am the membership person and have used the Access database that I created to keep the membership records. It is also used to print the mailing address labels for the newsletter. Perhaps I should just run my old copy of Access 2000 under Linux.
Recently, I have been using the Linux version of VMWare to run Windows 2000 in a Window under Linux. From there I use Access 2003 to update the club's membership records. I only use VMWare to boot up Windows 2000 under Linux about once a week. I would prefer to get away from needing Windows for anything. Sorry about getting somewhat off topic.