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Re: Importfilter for MS-Works files (*.wps)



Mike Burger wrote:
> Unfortunately, OpenOffice is not always capable of opening up Microsoft
> Works files.

Exactly this happended with my .wps file, so Meng Qius proposal is not
applicable.

JB
> 
> Meng Qiu wrote:
>> Why not install OpenOffice in your F10?
>> Then, you can do anything.
>>
>>
>> On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 6:11 AM, R. G. Newbury <newbury mandamus org
>> <mailto:newbury mandamus org>> wrote:
>>
>>
>>     >does somebody know how to process MS-Works files (...wps) by
>>     OpenOffice
>>     >or some other tool in F10?
>>
>>     I had a client send me a file in this format. I eventually googled
>>     something like '.wps to .odt' and found a website which will do a
>>     translation. You send the file, they email back in the new format.
>>     Sorry, I didn't keep the URL.
>>
>>     Geoff
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