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Can't open files in Office 2010 directy

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inmium Sunday 8 September 2019 at 18:06
inmiumAnonymous

With my previous installation I could open MS Office files directy by double clicking them. Now I freshly installed linux mint 19.1 with cinnamon 4.0.10, wine, playonlinux 4.2.12 and wine and got MS Office installed. Office files show the MS Office logo but when I double click them or right click and select Open with Microsoft XXX it just shows me the symbol that it's doing something (whatsoever that round turning thing is called) for a while but doesn't do anything else. In task monitor neither XXX.exe nor wineserver show up. The only way of opening files is to open MS Office, and chose the file via File --> Open. Can you please help me how to open files by double clicking?

 

johnsmith101 Sunday 15 September 2019 at 12:25
johnsmith101Anonymous

 

With my previous installation I could open MS Office files directy by double clicking them. Now I freshly installed linux mint 19.1 with cinnamon 4.0.10, wine, playonlinux 4.2.12 and wine and got MS Office installed. Office files show the MS Office logo but when I double click them or right click and select Open with Microsoft XXX it just shows me the symbol that it's doing something (whatsoever that round turning thing is called) for a while but doesn't do anything else. In task monitor neither XXX.exe nor wineserver show up. The only way of opening files is to open MS Office, and chose the file via File --> Open. Can you please help me how to open files by double clicking?

Editado por: Dadu042

inmium Saturday 12 October 2019 at 7:22
inmiumAnonymous

Hi johnsmith101, this solution doesn't work unfortunately. Tapping is enabled already.
 

Dadu042 Wednesday 12 February 2020 at 21:42
Dadu042
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johnsmith101 is a little spammer...

jrjong Thursday 25 June 2020 at 15:37
jrjongAnonymous

Yup, didn't work for me too. Guess he's a spammer. So, anyone has the solution to this. Linux disney hub is way hard than the windows.

Editado por: jrjong