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Converting files from Microsoft Office Word 97-2003 to Microsoft Works Word Processor

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by halena, Mar 22, 2011.

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  1. halena

    halena Thread Starter

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    i just went from windows 2000 to windows 7 professional and we had to reinstall all programs....
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    i need to open my company logo which was saved in microsoft office word 97-2003 - my new program is microsoft works word processor - i have tried saving it in different formats on my old computer but nothing seems to be working....
    any suggestions?
     
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  3. DoubleHelix

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    Microsoft Works is a completely different suite than Microsoft Office. Is there a reason you chose to install Works on the new computer rather than Office?
     
  4. halena

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    I'm not sure why they chose one over the other. They did install Corel Wordperfect Office X5. I can't seem to open it on this program either. Is there a way to do this that I am unaware of?
     
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  6. DaveA

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    WordPerfect should be able to open these files. BUT, you must install the converters in WordPerfect. I do NOT think they get installed by default.
     
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