16 Most Used Microsoft Office Alternatives for Linux

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34 Responses

  1. Les Privat Bandung says:

    Is there any information on installation? Like is that using .deb or install it on terminal? If using terminal is there any info about its repository?

    Thanks for any information, sorry I am still beginner

  2. Peter Andrews says:

    You spelled ‘its’ wrongly several times in this text.

  3. Karavokiris says:

    Still all these look like toys compared to the original.
    Still no respectable Project management alternative to project.
    Still no desktop database like Access.
    I think the open source community should get their act together if they want linux desktop to be a real alternative to professional applications.

    • Tibi says:

      Try RationalPlan as an alternative to MS Project. There several products and Single version is even free for Linux. Details at http://www.rationalplan.com/

    • Ben says:

      ….regards to the Database you got tons of better choice……..

      Standard SQL Database like MySQL, Maria DB
      if you needs NoSQL you get Mongodb…..
      if you want light weight build in db you got SQLite, view/managing operation you got tons of choice as well, like SQLite manager plugin for Firefox, SqliteStudio etc…..

      Seriously I cannot think any reason you need Access (its not like SQLite does not support ODBC or what)….. hell even in C# development i would chose SQLite over Access any day.

  4. Ove says:

    Linux Mint 17 Sarah…
    Calligra – no way.
    Libre Office, very good writer, disappointing spreadsheet, hopeless draw
    WPS – very good, but is not good at making Table Contents, at least had some examples of that (won’t obey the styles / headings).
    Soft Maker, Free Office is also very good, that is, the spreadsheet lacks : Text to Columns (free version). That is not nice at all.
    Soft Maker has excellent manuals online. These are world class…

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