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MS Office 365 and saving files

I have an O365 account and have installed MS Office 365 using CrossOver Linux. I am logged into the account and would like to save files into O365 but I get an error when ever I attempt this. The error is:

Path does not exist
Check the path and try again.[/i]

Edit: I also cannot open files from O365 although the list of recent files is correct. Obviously Word can see what I have been working on when in Windows or using the online Word instance.

I'm assuming others have experienced similar issues. Is there a fix for this?

Linux version is Debian 9.x running KDE/Plasma

Thanks for any advice.

Are you still having this issue? If so, I can look into it on my end.

Yes, I am still having this issue.


I have the same issue, I'm trying to make a workaround, and if I get a solution I will post my finding. If you have discovered something, please post it here.

I have the exact same issue, except I experience the issue in OneNote. Recent files show correctly but I get this same error when i try to open my notebook from the recent list. I would venture to guess Word and Excel would be the same as well but they always crash as soon as I click on the File tab.

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