Was it HAMILTON,DAVID (HP-Ireland,ex2) who wrote on Friday 22 February 2002
> Hi All,
>> I have just been playing around with wine for the first time, or at least
> the first time with some success, and have a few questions for other people
> who might be using it.
> Is it possible to get M$ Office 2000 Apps running is a Wine session?
> Outlook 2000 is the only app I need to run on Windoze regularly, so being
> able to run it in a wine session would make me very happy.
> Visio 2000 would be another one I'd be interested in.
> It kept on going on about the Windows Installer version when I tried to
> install Outlook.
Unless you hear of recent improvements, or have time on your hands, I'd
sayyou've an uphill battle. These things can often be done; a better question
might be 'is it worth it?' Wine users agree on one thing: YMMV
Why else would linux users BUY lin4win or VMware?
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