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Solved: Word perfect 10 to word 2000 doc.

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by bdurham1, Sep 17, 2004.

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  1. bdurham1

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    Is there a way to put a word perfect 10 doc. into a word 2000 doc. I have word perfect 10 but my school has word 2000. I need to print my paper but don't know how. Can anyone help?? :confused:
     
  2. tbritches

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    Word should be able to open the WordPerfect document. Or you can save the document as a Word 97 document in WP. Do file>Save As, and in the File Type box Select Word 97/2000/2002, and click save.
     
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    O my goodness! You saved the day!! Thank you so much for your help. I really would have hated to type my 7 pg. essay all over again! Thanks again.
     
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    Hi, bdurham. Since you're new, and we have this new feature...

    See the "Thread Tools" link at the top of this thread/page? Click it so it drops down and choose "Mark Solved". Then, people don't keep looking at your questions after they're fixed. :)

    Welcome!
     
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