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Text Recovery Convertor

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by WindowSlave, Nov 1, 2007.

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  1. WindowSlave

    WindowSlave Thread Starter

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    Hi pros, im having some probs here...i previously using 2000 microsoft office.. after that i remove ms2000 and intall microsoft 2003. Some of my doc unable to open by microsoft office 2003. when i open that particular file, here is the output it shows me and ask me to use text recovery convertor to fix it.

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    i need pros advice. Thanks.
     
  2. slurpee55

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  3. WindowSlave

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    Hi thx for ur suggestion but still no help. im using microsoft 2003 now and i was unable to open that file.. and i change the file name as the link that u gave me.. it becomes.. empty in it... few kb. The file consist 60mb+.
     
  4. slurpee55

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    Try using NotePad to open it - if it is a valid file, the document will be there with a lot of garbage (Word formatting info). Then try opening it in WordPad - it will open documents.
     
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    hi thx again.. i did use notepad to open it.. yes. i can open it with notepad. i wonder if theres a software that can fix this error or something? how abt Text recovery convertor.. does anyone use it before? where to dl it?
     
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