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Microsoft Office is relatively expensive and does not run on Linux too well.

There's at least

  • Openoffice.org
  • LibreOffice
  • Run MS Office in wine (does it work?)
  • Run MS Office in CrossOffice (is it better than wine?)
  • Run MS Office in virtual machine (requires both Office and Windows licenses)

And on cloud

  • Google Docs (Google Drive)
  • Outlook365Office365

I'm receiving some files created with MS Office from other, but those are not complicated. Additionally, minor breaking in formatting is tolerable, as files are primarily for transmitting information, not presenting it to e.g paying customer in best possible format. Being able to both open and export to MS Office compatible files is a must, though. Working normally on different format is okay.

In addition to that, I don't have specific feature requirements. I'm looking for recommendations for office suite (in this case, word processor, spreadsheets, slides) in Linux. I certainly don't need every bell and whistle MS Office offers.

Microsoft Office is relatively expensive and does not run on Linux too well.

There's at least

  • Openoffice.org
  • LibreOffice
  • Run MS Office in wine (does it work?)
  • Run MS Office in CrossOffice (is it better than wine?)
  • Run MS Office in virtual machine (requires both Office and Windows licenses)

And on cloud

  • Google Docs (Google Drive)
  • Outlook365

I'm receiving some files created with MS Office from other, but those are not complicated. Additionally, minor breaking in formatting is tolerable, as files are primarily for transmitting information, not presenting it to e.g paying customer in best possible format. Being able to both open and export to MS Office compatible files is a must, though. Working normally on different format is okay.

In addition to that, I don't have specific feature requirements. I'm looking for recommendations for office suite (in this case, word processor, spreadsheets, slides) in Linux. I certainly don't need every bell and whistle MS Office offers.

Microsoft Office is relatively expensive and does not run on Linux too well.

There's at least

  • Openoffice.org
  • LibreOffice
  • Run MS Office in wine (does it work?)
  • Run MS Office in CrossOffice (is it better than wine?)
  • Run MS Office in virtual machine (requires both Office and Windows licenses)

And on cloud

  • Google Docs (Google Drive)
  • Office365

I'm receiving some files created with MS Office from other, but those are not complicated. Additionally, minor breaking in formatting is tolerable, as files are primarily for transmitting information, not presenting it to e.g paying customer in best possible format. Being able to both open and export to MS Office compatible files is a must, though. Working normally on different format is okay.

In addition to that, I don't have specific feature requirements. I'm looking for recommendations for office suite (in this case, word processor, spreadsheets, slides) in Linux. I certainly don't need every bell and whistle MS Office offers.

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Microsoft Office is relatively expensive and does not run on Linux too well.

There's at least

  • Openoffice.org
  • LibreOffice
  • Run MS Office in wine (does it work?)
  • Run MS Office in CrossOffice (is it better than wine?)
  • Run MS Office in virtual machine (requires both Office and Windows licenses)

And on cloud

  • Google Docs (Google Drive)
  • Outlook365

I'm receiving some files created with MS Office from other, but those are not complicated. Additionally, minor breaking in formatting is tolerable, as files are primarily for transmitting information, not presenting it to e.g paying customer in best possible format. Being able to both open and export to MS Office compatible files is a must, though. Working normally on different format is okay.

In addition to that, I don't have specific feature requirements. I'm looking for recommendations for office suite (in this case, word processor, spreadsheets, slides) in Linux. I certainly don't need every bell and whistle MS Office offers.

Microsoft Office is relatively expensive and does not run on Linux too well.

There's at least

  • Openoffice.org
  • LibreOffice
  • Run MS Office in wine (does it work?)
  • Run MS Office in CrossOffice (is it better than wine?)
  • Run MS Office in virtual machine (requires both Office and Windows licenses)

And on cloud

  • Google Docs (Google Drive)
  • Outlook365

I'm receiving some files created with MS Office from other, but those are not complicated. Additionally, minor breaking in formatting is tolerable, as files are primarily for transmitting information, not presenting it to e.g paying customer in best possible format. Being able to both open and export to MS Office compatible files is a must, though. Working normally on different format is okay.

Microsoft Office is relatively expensive and does not run on Linux too well.

There's at least

  • Openoffice.org
  • LibreOffice
  • Run MS Office in wine (does it work?)
  • Run MS Office in CrossOffice (is it better than wine?)
  • Run MS Office in virtual machine (requires both Office and Windows licenses)

And on cloud

  • Google Docs (Google Drive)
  • Outlook365

I'm receiving some files created with MS Office from other, but those are not complicated. Additionally, minor breaking in formatting is tolerable, as files are primarily for transmitting information, not presenting it to e.g paying customer in best possible format. Being able to both open and export to MS Office compatible files is a must, though. Working normally on different format is okay.

In addition to that, I don't have specific feature requirements. I'm looking for recommendations for office suite (in this case, word processor, spreadsheets, slides) in Linux. I certainly don't need every bell and whistle MS Office offers.

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What are alternatives Alternative for Microsoft Office for Linux?

Microsoft Office is relatively expensive and does not run on Linux. Mac version is relatively old already (2011) too well.

There's at least

  • Openoffice.org
  • LibreOffice
  • NeoOffice Run MS Office in wine (OS Xdoes it work?)
  • Pages, NumbersRun MS Office in CrossOffice (is it better than wine?)
  • Run MS Office in virtual machine (requires both Office and Keynote for OS XWindows licenses)

And on cloud

  • Google Docs (Google Drive)
  • Outlook365

WhatI'm receiving some files created with MS Office from other, but those are the most feature-complete competitors of Microsoftnot complicated. Additionally, minor breaking in formatting is tolerable, as files are primarily for transmitting information, not presenting it to e.g paying customer in best possible format. Being able to both open and export to MS Office? compatible files is a must, though. Working normally on different format is okay.

What are alternatives for Microsoft Office?

Microsoft Office is relatively expensive and does not run on Linux. Mac version is relatively old already (2011).

There's at least

And on cloud

  • Google Docs (Google Drive)
  • Outlook365

What are the most feature-complete competitors of Microsoft Office?

Alternative for Microsoft Office for Linux?

Microsoft Office is relatively expensive and does not run on Linux too well.

There's at least

  • Openoffice.org
  • LibreOffice
  • Run MS Office in wine (does it work?)
  • Run MS Office in CrossOffice (is it better than wine?)
  • Run MS Office in virtual machine (requires both Office and Windows licenses)

And on cloud

  • Google Docs (Google Drive)
  • Outlook365

I'm receiving some files created with MS Office from other, but those are not complicated. Additionally, minor breaking in formatting is tolerable, as files are primarily for transmitting information, not presenting it to e.g paying customer in best possible format. Being able to both open and export to MS Office compatible files is a must, though. Working normally on different format is okay.

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