Go to Applications --> Ubuntu Software Center.
Search for "wine" and install "Wine Microsoft Windows Compatibility Layer (Beta Release):
Once installed, download the Formatta Filler 7.0 PC file.
Go to the location that you downloaded the file, right-click the file, and select "Properties".
Make sure to click the "Allow executing this file as a program" check box.
If you don't check this check box before you continue, you'll get a "blocked" error when you try to run the file, like the one below:
Right click the file again, and select "Open with Wine Windows Program Loader" and follow the prompts.
Your program should now be available under Applications --> Wine --> Programs. Sometimes, you may need to reboot for the GNOME menu to update itself.
You should now be able to run your program in Linux.
Keep in mind that with this method, your mileage may vary. Not every Windows program will work, but some of them will. I still prefer native Linux applications, but this is a way to bridge the gap when a Linux application simply doesn't exist and an alternative is not available.