[TriLUG] Crossover Office runs Office2K very well.
Vestal, Roy L.
Tue, 9 Apr 2002 08:54:32 -0400
I have to use Office XP and Outlook 2000. I'm currently using Win4Lin 3.x
but I would LOVE to goto something like this. I'm all over the site now. Do
you know of a demo/trialware setup? I have to prove justification before the
company will buy.
From: Dan Chen [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, April 09, 2002 12:00 AM
Subject: Re: [TriLUG] Crossover Office runs Office2K very well.
On Mon, Apr 08, 2002 at 09:55:18PM -0400, karl thiele wrote:
> The last product I was really impressed with was/is Vmware, In the
> company I work for, Office2K is the standard and I have run it via
> vmware. But I have tried and bought Crossover Office.I have now used it
> for about 10 days and it runs Word, Excel, PowerPoint, FrontPage and
> OutLook very well, almost perfect. The paper clip does not work, oh
> darn! Thier web page is very accurate describing the completeness of the
> features. The support/bug list is on line as well as all responces.
My experience corroborates this report. Although I prefer OpenOffice,
this is a tremendous step forward for integration.
> There are also plugin support. windows media works.... QuickTime...
Works quite well, I use these on my personal workstation.
> I do not often get excited about a product, but it has been wonderful so
> far. It is also faster than W2K, Excel starts up in about 5 seconds.
> Cost is $59 for Crossover Office and $29 for pulgin support. Yes this is
> built on wine, best I have seen, I have not run wine for over 2 years
> because I ran Vmware, but I have not run vmware now since I bought
Codeweavers and Transgaming have added tremendously to the WINE project.
I'm looking forward to their integrating the additions into the original
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