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How to install Microsoft Office 2010 on Linux with CrossOver (Gallery)

With CrossOver, it's easy to install Office 2010, and many other Windows applications, on top of Linux.
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Starting up with CrossOver

After installing CrossOver Linux, simply choose the Windows program you want to install on Linux.

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Getting things ready to install

Once I've told CrossOver we're installing Microsoft Office 2010, the program takes care of all the groundwork needed for the program.

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Installing Office 2010 on Linux Mint

And, there we have it, the Office 2010 installation routine running on top of Linux Mint 17.3.

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Office is ready to go

In a handful of minutes, Office 2010 is ready to go on Linux. If you've ever installed Office on Windows, you can install it on Linux, thanks to CrossOver.

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Office 2010 on Linux

And, then there you go. No fuss, no muss, Office 2010 running on Mint Linux.

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