Linux Printing Microsoft Office Docs

Overview

Linux computers run Libre Office rather than Microsoft Office. For most basic documents this is fine but for complex documents formatting can be an issue. The best solution is to use Microsoft's free online office suite.

Printing Your Document

Step 1: First visit https://www.office.com/ in your web browser and click on Sign In. You will need to sign in with your microsoft account.

Note: If you do not have an account click Create one!. Once you have an account return to https://www.office.com/ and sign in.

Note: If you are printing a document saved on a thumb drive or CD, insert them now.

Step 2: Once you are signed in, look for Upload and open... and click the link.

Step 3: Now select your document and click Open.

Step 4: Once you document uploads it will automatically open. Now simply click the Print link to print your document.

Other uses for office.com

Much like Google Docs, Office Online can be used to create and edit Microsoft documents. If a patron needs 100% compatability with Microsoft Office this is their best option.
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