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08-Dec-2004, 11:30 PM #1
Convert CWK File to DOC file
Hi -
I recieved a cwk file from a classmate and i need to be able to open it in doc.
any ideas??
Thanks much,
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09-Dec-2004, 01:11 AM #2
..."open it in doc.." ?

Can you explain, do you want to open it in Microsoft Word?

I don't know of a program called "doc"..
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09-Dec-2004, 05:53 PM #3
Rather than cutting at another new member (having a bad day, Kiwi?), .cwk files, originally from ClarisWorks, sometimes also come from AppleWorks users. Alas, all that I have found indicates that you will need a Macintosh (or at least some type of Apple) running that software to read the .cwk file. Perhaps you can later save it as a .pdf file or just cut and paste into MS Word for your .doc file.
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09-Dec-2004, 07:05 PM #4
Sorry, wasn't meant to be "cutting", I was "confused".

Not used to Apple software I guess.
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09-Dec-2004, 08:12 PM #5
RE: Files
Hi to all -
Thanks for the thought on the pdf file - didn't even occur to me. Hey and the reply on the doc - I should have been more clear - wanted to take a .cwk file (Appleworks) and convert to a .doc file (Microsoft word).
Thanks again and Happy Holidays!!

I'll try the pdf route ....

Beth Ann
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10-Dec-2004, 04:36 PM #6
Ah well, Kiwi, thanks for the clarification. Personally, I don't care much for Apple software, not because it is bad, but because of cross-platform hassles like these. May as well go with the monster "Micro"soft (what irony!) despite the buggy stuff they tend to turn out.
And good luck, Beth Ann!
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