[Serious] How do you guys use Microsoft Office?

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  • cassowary

    Run Windows Applications on Linux as if they are native, Use linux applications to launch files files located in windows vm without needing to install applications on vm. With easy to use configuration GUI

  • ONLYOFFICE

    ONLYOFFICE Document Server is an online office suite comprising viewers and editors for texts, spreadsheets and presentations, fully compatible with Office Open XML formats: .docx, .xlsx, .pptx and enabling collaborative editing in real time.

    Have you tried OnlyOffice? On the left you'll see "OnlyOffice Docs." That's the one to download. They offer a cloud service and other services as well. But the one on the left is good for personal use. You can also download it from your package manager or your software center. It's a Flatpak app.

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  • winapps

    Run Windows apps such as Microsoft Office/Adobe in Linux (Ubuntu/Fedora) and GNOME/KDE as if they were a part of the native OS, including Nautilus integration.

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