& Configuring CrossOver"> We installed CrossOver Office Professional in SUSE Linux 9.1 Personal Edition. All we had to do to was click on the install file on our SUSE desktop and within just a minute or two we were ready to begin using CrossOver Office. It was not necessary for us to be logged in as root user for the purposes of installation. Configuring CrossOver is simple and straightforward. The program is split into six tabs: Add/Remove, Menus, Associations, Plug-ins, Fonts, and Settings. Add/Remove lets you view a list of installed software, install new software, and repair or remove existing software. The Menus tab allows you to control menus for installed applications, while Associations allows you to associate file extensions and applications.
The Plug-Ins tab lets you activate or deactivate the modules provided by a plug-in. You can also install a wide range of TrueType fonts with just a couple of clicks via the Fonts tab. Even if youve never seen CrossOver Office, it wont take you long to get comfortable with using its setup tools.