Re: How do you apt-get WORDVIEW?
abiword isn't stable yet.
Use wordperfect (It's full wordperfect, for free, for linux, It's stable
and fast, supports .doc and .rtf)
or staroffice (a ms offfice clone taht's huge and bloated and slow, but
On Tue, 7 Sep 1999, Bob Nielsen wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 07, 1999 at 04:05:47PM +0200, Manuel Arenaz Silva wrote:
> > It is very interesting to be able to view Microsoft Word files under
> > Linux. What must I include in my apt/source.list in order to install the
> > program "wordview"? What is the name of the corresponding package?
> There's mswordview, but that converts Word files to html.
> > On the other hand, is there any program to edit and generate Microsoft
> > Word files under Linux?
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