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Convert Microsoft Works 3.0 word processing file to Doc. File

Q: Convert Microsoft Works 3.0 word processing file to Doc. File

I have a group of files I created in Microsoft Works 3.0 ( word processing and spreadsheets.) I have the original files on Floppy Disc, Scan Disc, and on my Hard Drive. I have tried coverters, and the best results I have received are partial, or full text with symbols. Nothing with the original documents creation form and font style. I have been told that the only true way to see these files in their original form is to run the files through Works 3.0 with Windows 3.0 with MS DOS. ( before Windows had its own operating system. )
Is anyone out here running Microsoft Works 3.0, with Windows 3.0, on top of a MS DOS operating system. These files should open in their original form, and then are able to be save in DOC. format. All helps are Welcome!

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.1
OS Version: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, Service Pack 3, 32 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.40GHz, x86 Family 15 Model 3 Stepping 4
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 893 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 7100 / NVIDIA nForce 630i, 512 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 238472 MB, Free - 152649 MB; E: Total - 184684 MB, Free - 36741 MB;
Motherboard: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd., GA-73PVM-S2H, x.x,
Antivirus: Norton Security Suite, Updated: Yes, On-Demand Scanner: Enabled

Regards,

it4me

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    Windows 7, on a Dell XPS, plenty of ram, plenty of hard drive space.

    Not a problem with any windows program, on any computer I've had, since 'forever', until now! since I've ran Win 7 onto my computer.

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    hello every one

    my sister done 10 pages for her course work and she alway save it on her memory stick.
    but some how, when she try to save it this time it doesn't work and the the microsoft word file turn to notepad file and when she open it, it came up with lot of question marks, i hope there is a way to convert it back into words

    thx for reading and help is needed

    this is the corse work>>> Rescued document.txt

    A:Microsoft word file turn to notepad file with non word text

    any responses here?

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    Does anyone know of software that can convert a claris works file (.cwk) to a Word file (.doc). ?
     

    A:Covert claris works file into a Word file

    The spec for "Conversions Plus" sounds relevant:

    http://www.dataviz.com/products/conversionsplus/index.html

    assuming you have $70 to spare (NB: this is not an advert). And that there's no File > Save_As > *.doc/*.rtf option.
     

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    Hey All,

    I know a few people that have no word processing software on their computers. What I need to know is if I send them a Rich Text File, by converting it from Word to an RTF file format two questions:

    1.) Will they be able to open the file?

    2.) What is the default application for opening such files in Windows Vista and Windows 7, if there is no word processing software on the computer at all? For example, I know that Windows XP has Word Pad built into the OS as a very limited, but quick word processing program. What default applications are used for Windows Vista and Windows 7 in this instance?

    Before I knew that these people did not have any word processing software on their computers, I sent them a MS Word document and they could not open it. So can I convert the documents to RTF format? Or am I stuck using E-Mail to copy and paste the text to them until they get a word processing program installed?

    Thanks in advance.

    Jack
     

    A:Solved: Questions About Rich Text File Formats and Word Processing

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    Looking for a freeware application to convert my PDF files to word documents.
    If no freeware available then a low cost shareware will work.
     

    A:convert pdf file to word

    Some quick google hits:
    http://www.gohtm.com/
    http://www.convertzone.com/
    http://www.solidpdf.com/
    http://www.clicktoconvert.com/index.html

    http://www.download.com/3120-20_4-0.html?tag=srch&qt=pdf+to+word+converter&tg=dl-20
     

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    bought new machine, only scans to pdf file
    need to convert this to word
    have windows xp. IE, norton
    thanks
    doug
     

    A:how to convert pdf file to word

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    I need help converting a wps file that was e-mailed to me to a Word document for printing. I've downloaded converters, but it doesn't seem to work properly. Lots of junk and some words that you can make out. Any suggestions? Need to print this out for a kid in college.
     

    A:Convert wps file to Word

    It should work if you have installed this converter
     

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    I downloaded a scholarship application with Adobe. I does not allow me to fill in any of the required information. I would like to convert this PDF document to a Microsoft Word document so I can complete the application. I tried copy and paste but I must not be doing it correctly. I was unable or maybe I am doing it incorrectly. Any help and suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!!

    A:How do I convert a PDF file to Word document

    Hi,Try thisorthisEnjoy,Max

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    First of all, my apologies if this topic has been covered in a previous thread. I looked through various threads as well as did a "search", but did not locate one that was on point with my issue.

    {I am working on a Gateway Netbook with an Intel Atom processor N270, 250GB HDD, 1G memory and running Windows Vista 32bit. I have (3) internet browsers right now: Internet Explorer, Mozilla FireFox and Google Chrome- I just downloaded FireFox/Google Chrome a couple of days ago. I am trying to figure out which browser works best for my needs but for now, I am running FireFox.}

    So, here goes...

    I have (4) .wma files that have people being interviewed that make up a total of approx. 6hrs of audio on them. (don't know if that info would even be relevant, but there it is anyway.

    I need to, ultimately, have their words typed out in a Microsoft Word Document.

    The above is the bare facts. Now...I am, obviously, needing to transcribe these audio files into a Word document (convert the .wma files into text files)

    Here's what I think I know thus far...

    * This is, virtually, an unobtainable task to accomplish.
    * My financial situation will not allow me to purchase any software/products.
    * Text files, such as Word documents, cannot be opened by Windows Media Player
    * Audio files such as .wma files can ONLY be opened with Windows Media Player and NOT in Word

    Here's what I wish to know...

    * Is there someone out there reading this that may know of a way to do the... Read more

    A:Convert .wma file to text (word doc)

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    I'm using a computer which does not have Publisher on it and I need to open a Publisher file. How do I accomplish this?
     

    A:Convert Publisher File to Word

    Hi and welcome to TSG.

    You can download and install a trial version of Publisher 2007. It will still allow you to open and view publisher files after the trial period ends but you will not be able to edit the files.

    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/publisher/HA102339061033.aspx
     

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    $EC~~~.~ These symbols are all I see! HELP PLEASE.
     

    A:I'm trying to convert a temp file to be viewed on Word help!

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    I need to convert a doc into a tip or pdf file and I am lost....any ideas? Thanks.
     

    A:Solved: How to convert a word document into a tif or pdf file?

    Try CutePDF.
     

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    I am using windows 7 as the OS.
    I have installed MS Office 2010 Beta, and having Adobe Reader 9.
    I came know how to convert word documents to pdf files using MS Office 2010.
    I had seen an article " how to convert pdf files to word documents?" on a site.
    The given procedure is, by clicking insert tab in MS office 2010, and then by clicking Object button, and clicking "create from file" tab and then browse pdf file.
    I have followed the procedure given. But it is converting only the first page of the pdf file, but not all the pages.
    I am here to know "How to convert the entire pdf file into word document" using MS Office 2010 ( without installing any application).
    If any one knows how to do that, I request you to give the procedure.
    Thanks in advance.
    Regards,
    Ramesh Junju

    A:How to convert the entire pdf file into word document?

    Convert PDF to Word (DOC) &mdash; 100% Free!

    EDIT: "If you are working on a file in PDF format and you want to edit the file in Word, you can convert it to a Word document. Many third-party providers listed on the Microsoft Office Marketplace Web site provide converters that do this. Check the listings for providers that offer PDF-to-Word conversion."
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/wo...683331033.aspx

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    This is an update of a closed thread... u can see the original here: http://forums.techguy.org/business-applications/856041-solved-word-2007-macro-convert.html

    So I've got the macro and it works great -- for converting doc/docx to PDF or rtf. But there are 3 issues that still need to be addressed.

    1. I can't get it to work to convert to txt properly -- it gives me an output txt file that includes a bunch of formatting instructions like font, color, spacing, etc.

    2. It would be really helpful to get it to create PDF, rtf, and txt files all in the same folders. So for instance, I've got Folder1 and inside that is SubfolderA (which contains A.doc) and SubfolderB (which contains B.doc). I'd like the output to be Folder1\SubfolderA, and inside SubfolderA is A.pdf, A.txt, and A.rtf. SubfolderB would contain B.pdf, B.txt, and B.rtf.

    3. So far, 3 other people on this committee have tried the macro on their computers, but it only works on mine (and all 3 of them have checked "Microsoft Scripting Runtime"). And I had to delete all the existing macros in Word to get mine to work -- it seems like I can only have 1 macro at a time. 1 of the computers doesn't do anything when we try to run the macro, and the other 2 give this error: Run-time error '76': Path not found" even though the path in the macro was edited to be correct for that machine. This section below was highlighted after clicking Debug...

    FSO.CopyFolder Left(FolderNa... Read more

    A:Word 2007 macro to convert file types?

    1. I can't get it to work to convert to txt properly -- it gives me an output txt file that includes a bunch of formatting instructions like font, color, spacing, etc.Click to expand...

    When you run the macro to save the files as text are you changing the actual output format type in the macro? My guess is that you are only changing the portion of the code that replaces the filename extension and not the actual file type. The portion of the code that I highlighted in red below should also be changed to FileFormat:=wdFormatText.


    2. It would be really helpful to get it to create PDF, rtf, and txt files all in the same folders. Click to expand...

    Are you saying that you want to run the macro one time and have it create all 3 files types at the same time without having to modify the code and change the file output manually?


    3. So far, 3 other people on this committee have tried the macro on their computers, but it only works on mine (and all 3 of them have checked "Microsoft Scripting Runtime") Click to expand...

    Are all 3 computers running the same version of Word?

    Have you checked to make sure all upper and lower case letter match what is listed in the the folder path since it IS case sensitive. Did you also make sure there is a backslash at the end of the directory path? Call GetFiles("D:\maddenb\Desktop\test\", True, True)

    Also, there is also no reason for you to have to delete other macros on your computer for this macro to run. Where... Read more

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    This is an update of a closed thread, which itself was an update of another closed thread (I work for the government, so everything takes forever ). U can see pt2 here: http://forums.techguy.org/business-applications/876775-word-2007-macro-convert-file.html#post7030254

    Anyway, issues 1 and 3 in that thread were resolved w/ the advice that Rollin_Again gave me. Only issue 2 remains:

    2. It would be really helpful to get it to create PDF, rtf, and txt files all in the same folders.
    Are you saying that you want to run the macro one time and have it create all 3 files types at the same time without having to modify the code and change the file output manually?Click to expand...

    Yes... virtually every time we run this macro, we will need pdf, rtf, and txt versions of the original file in the same folder. So if the input file is in FOLDER1 and is named FILE1.docx, then the output folder should also be called FOLDER1 and it should contain FILE1.pdf, FILE1.rtf, and FILE1.txt.

    I've pasted the macro below... it looks to me like some portion of the do-loop that creates the RTF file needs to be replicated twice more and each of those replications needs to be modified slightly to create PDF and TXT files.

    '**OPEN THE MICROSOFT VISUAL BASIC EDITOR, CLICK TOOLS >> REFERENCES, AND MAKE
    '**SURE THAT "MICROSOFT SCRIPTING RUNTIME" IS CHECKED.

    Sub ConvertDocs()

    '**CHANGE TO DESIRED DIRECTORY**
    Call GetFiles("D:\Desktop\test\", True, True)

    En... Read more

    A:Word 2007 macro to convert file types (pt3)

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    Hi,
     
           I want to convert word document to pdf format by using any convesion software. So, I am looking for it. If anybody have any idea about it. Please suggest here.

    A:Suggest me any software to convert Word file to PDF format

    John,This will do the trick quite nicely.  Use it or have used it myself.  And, bonus, it's free.
     
    Cheers,Drew

     

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    If you don?t have any technical skill then the only option you have is using a third party tool like  OST to PST Converter. If you have lost your Outlook mailbox
    including all the folders like inbox, outbox, sent-items, deleted-items, drafts, contacts, calendars, notes (To, Bcc, Cc, Subject, Object, Date, and Time).
    Read More Info: https://www.bulkecommerce.com/store/ats-ost-to-pst-converter-software-159.html

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    So I have a batch of about 750 Word documents that need to be converted to RTF. I recorded a macro that looks something like this:

    quote:

    Sub rtf3()
    '
    ' rtf3 Macro
    '
    '
    Documents.Open FileName:="D:\user\Desktop\test\1.docx", ConfirmConversions:=False, ReadOnly:= _
    False, AddToRecentFiles:=False, PasswordDocument:="", PasswordTemplate:= _
    "", Revert:=False, WritePasswordDocument:="", WritePasswordTemplate:="", _
    Format:=wdOpenFormatAuto, XMLTransform:=""
    ActiveDocument.SaveAs FileName:="D:\user\Desktop\test\1.rtf", FileFormat:=wdFormatRTF, _
    LockComments:=False, Password:="", AddToRecentFiles:=True, WritePassword _
    :="", ReadOnlyRecommended:=False, EmbedTrueTypeFonts:=False, _
    SaveNativePictureFormat:=False, SaveFormsData:=False, SaveAsAOCELetter:= _
    False
    ActiveDocument.Close
    It works fine, but there are a couple of problems w/ it. 1, I have to repeat it over and over for each file, and 2, each repetition has to be edited w/ the next filename, the path to that file, and the new filename. I figured out a way to partially automate that process, but it's still a PITA .

    Can't I just tell it to get all the .docx files in this folder and all its subfolders and save them as an RTF w/ the original filename?
     

    A:Solved: Word 2007 macro to convert file types?

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    I'm putting together a church newsletter using Word xp.Someone before me did most of the hard part so I can just scan the old pictures in and change the personal info that news changing underneath it.

    picture picture
    text text

    Which is fine as long as I have 2 pictures on one page but there are several I have to insert new ones or redos .does anyone have an idea the simpliest way to put 2 seperate pictures with text underneath on one page.Please keep it simple because I'm pretty new to word. God bless,Jim
     

    A:MS WORKS 6.0 Word Processing GURU NEEDED

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    After including text in text boxes and then adding new text in the document before the box location, the text box does not anchor at the location first set up. Under the format menu, I have tried wrapping and square but to no avail.

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    So I recently had a case of hard drive failure in which basically nothing of value was recovered in the original directory structure, however the drive was full of .chk files from a chkdsk run. I ran a quick script to change all of the extensions to .jpg, and most of the files were in fact intact.

    Many of the files, however, are either corrupt, or are simply not JPEG files, and so will not open with the .jpg extension. Is there any batch renaming application that can analyze files by their header data, and append the appropriate extension automatically for the most commonly used filetypes?

    A:Batch file extension processing by file header?

    Usually file recovery software does that (before the files are recovered as chk files). I don't know of any app that will do what you said though. But if you don't have too many files, use a hex editor to open them and rename accordingly. I use winhex (just for viewing though), but any other will do. Here's a few strings that may help:
    JFIF .jpg
    RIFF AVI LIST .avi
    PNG .png
    MZ .dll or .exe (at least 32-bit - dunno how they are for 64-bit or 16-bit executables)
    moov somewhere in the file .mov (may not be at the beginning)
    GIF89a .gif
    ftyp .mp4
    **\rtf1 .rtf
    000001BA21000100 (in hex) .mpg (MPEG-1 at least - don't have MPEG-2 samples to test ATM)
    3026B2758E66CF11 (in hex) .wmv or .asf

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    I am using Microsoft Works Word Processor. After doing some editing and writing I saved my work and when I went back to it and tried to open it says I need to use a file converter which I said okay to. And then it came up with the following message and after acknowledging the message Word opens up a blank template as if to start a new file.

    Works cannot open "C:\Documents and Settings\HP_Administrator\Desktop\Paid To wps". The file may be in use by another application, the file format may not be supported by any of the installed converters, or the file may be corrupt.

    How do I uncorrupt this file. I really need to open it. All my other files open up without difficulty. Any help would really be appreciated.
     

    A:How do I fix a corrupted Works Word file

    Try copying it to your desktop and opening the copy. If it is, in fact, being used, the copy will not be.

    (Any file you do not have backed up is a file you should expect to lose.)
     

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    Need to convert a file created in works suite 2002 database to a word file that will open with microsoft office 2003.Its a customer list and hate to put the outdated works 2002 on new computer just for 1 file.
     

    A:converting works file to word

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    I am using a computer with Windows XP Media Center and it came with Microsoft Works Word on it. After doing some editing and writing I saved my work and when I went back to it and tried to open it says I need to use a file converter which I said okay to. And then it came up with the following message and after acknowledging the message Word opens up a blank template as if to start a new file.

    Works cannot open "C:\Documents and Settings\HP_Administrator\Desktop\Paid To wps". The file may be in use by another application, the file format may not be supported by any of the installed converters, or the file may be corrupt.

    How do I uncorrupt this file. I opened it under a diffferent format and could see some of my file along with a lot of wing dings or whatevers. But I need to be able to open it in word as a wps file. All my other files open up without difficulty. Any help would really be appreciated.
     

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    I have an old Microsoft Works file that I really need to open but I no longer have a the Works Program that will open it. It's just a list of the duties I had to perform when I was a janitor at a church I worked at a couple of years ago.

    Anyone able to open it if I got you the file or have any suggestions?
     

    A:Microsoft Works file I need?

    If you post it on this thread, I can have a look at it for you.
     

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    I have a MS Works database I created years ago, and I have it saved on a flash drive.
    How do I permanently move the file to a folder in the library?
    thanks!

    BTW, I still can't open Pandora Radio...I am using Google Chrome as my browser.

    A:Microsoft Works File help!

    Put in flash drive, have it open and send it to Library or copy and paste to Library Folder.
    That's what I would try to do. IMO

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    I typed out a recipe that I wanted to include in my Recipe folder. I typed it out and saved it in MS Works. It came up as a Word file, but when I tried to open it. It could not open it--a window with the message "Word cannot start the converter for msword632" I typed another short sentence in MS Works, saved it, and the same thing happened. The titles I gave them came up in MSWord, with the same window and message. What's going on here? Do I have some kind of virus or bug? Any help will be appreciated. lilart
     

    A:Word steals Works file, and can't open it!

    The file type is probably associated with Word. Right-click the file and use Open With to open it with the program that created it. Or, start Works first and use the File menu to locate and open the file.

    Having both Works and Word is redundant. You might want to decide which you want to keep and remove the other if you have no need for both. But both can live together if you open files through the programs instead of clicking them.
     

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    Hi, anybody know how to open a"Word" word processor file with Works? Is there a prgm I can download that will work with both?

    [This message has been edited by ej (edited 11-17-2000).]
     

    A:can't open word file w/works prgm

    Topic says open Word with Works.
    Your post says open Works with Word.

    Might want to clarify that, but...

    If you have a newer Works program file (like from Windows 98), you can't open it with Word 97. As far as I know, you cannot open a Word file from Works--at least not easily.

    If it's just text, try opening any of them using (under Accessories) Notepad for small files, or Wordpad for larger files.

    ------------------
    ~dreamboat~
    Brainbench MVP for Microsoft Word
    Brainbench
     

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    I have a computer that has an old version of Microsoft Works, which I think is the one before MS Works 97.

    Now, I want to bring down the file from MS Works to my computer which has MS Office 2000. I already tried that and it won't let me open it or it just shows mess up symbols. Is there anyway to convert it so that I can use it with MS Office 2000?
     

    A:Old Microsoft Works Convertion File

    I've got Office 97 installed, which *says* it opens older Works files.

    I'll give it a go if you email it to [email protected]
    Otherwise, see if you can find anyone else with 97 or older versions. It is a doc or a spreadsheet? Do you know?
     

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    i just went from windows 2000 to windows 7 professional and we had to reinstall all programs....
    problem:
    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?
     

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

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    I'm not sure I'm in the right forum, but I'm sure somebody will tell me if I'm not. I have some old Zip discs that I can play using a thing that will run them via a usb port. Problem is, the files are in the old .wps format. I do not have MS Word or Office installed. Going MS sites, I'm told that I can download and install Word Viewer (which I've done), then download MS Works 6-9 File Converter, and its security update (which I've done). Problem is, the File Converter will not install - it starts to install, then just disappears. Is the thing just not compatible with Win 8.1 (which I'm running)? I have tried the troubleshooter in Win 8.1, and it tried to install it in compatibility mode Win 7, but that did not work.
    I have tried opening the .wps files in AbiWord, but that didn't work.
    Appreciate any help with with this File Converter problem - or with the basic problem of how to view the .wps files
     

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    Well I had the motherboard go out on a PC . I am now trying to save the Microsoft Works Calendar file from the Hard Drive . I have been able to retrieve the file mswkscal.WCD which is the Microsoft Works Calendar file , but now in order to import it back into Microsoft works calendar I need to convert it to a .ICS file .

    Does anyone know of a converter that is able to do this ?
    Thanks for your help
     

    A:Microsoft Works Calendar File Converter Needed

    If you don't need to merge the data with existing data the new calendar, why not just replace the file??
     

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    I've got some strange behavior going on with .doc files at the moment. Whenever I try to open a .doc file from Windows Explorer or a desktop shortcut, Word opens with the error message "Word experienced an error trying to open the file. Try these suggestions. * Check the file permissions for the document or drive. *Make sure there is sufficient free memory and disk space. *Open the file with the Text Recovery converter."

    After clicking OK, the .doc file then opens in Word, apparently with no problems at all (I can edit, save, etc.). So basically the error message seems to be wrong, since the file does open properly.

    I can open .doc files from within Word (File -> Open) with no error message.

    The issue is more of an annoyance than anything else (since the file eventually opens up just fine), but I imagine it'll just become more irritating as time goes on. Any suggestions on how to resolve it? I've been poking around in the Folder Options -> File Types in Explorer without a clear sense of purpose.

    I'm running MS Word 2003 SP3 on Windows XP Service Pack 3. If you need any further info, please let me know.

    Thanks for your help!

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    I need convert/save Excel files into the ASCII comma delimited text files. It needs to be in this format in order to upload healthcare data to the CDC (NHSN).

    Thank you.
     

    A:How to convert/save an Excel file to ASCII comma delimited text file

    File - Save As. Change Save as type option at the bottom...
     

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    Microsoft Word 2003 professional is giving me an error everytime I try to open up a document it says "such and such file is not available" and I hit ok.. and doesn't do anything at all... It wont open anything, but I can start a new document and save it.. that's it... Any ideas?

    btw the file IS there, it just wont load it. Does that for EVERY file.
     

    A:Solved: Microsoft Word - file not available

    See if this applies?
     

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    Let me see if I can properly explain my problem... I have created several Word Documents and saved them ("save as") into a particular folder that I created on my Hard Drive. When I go to that Folder, it's empty - however when I navigate my way to that same folder within the "Word" program itself - all those files are clearly there (in that same folder that I created) and I can pull them up and do whatever I want with them, however they only stay within my Word program. They are not in that folder when I pull up the folder outside of Word. This also means that I'm unable to attach any of those Word Documents to anything because when I try to go to it in the folder where I've saved it - to attach to an email or whatever, it's not there. Does that make any sense? I hope it does to SOMEBODY out there. Thanks!
     

    A:Microsoft Word Program/File

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    I have a PC and a Mac [which i just got]
    and is it at all possible to view microsoft word files on a mac?
     

    A:Opening a Microsoft word file on a Mac?

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    Hi there,
    New to the forum but have been lurking for a while. I've just recently downloaded the Embird trial version and have been trying to figure out how to convert my logo which is currently a .png file, into a .dst file. The thing is, I have white writing on a black background so I've been banging my head trying to figure out how to select only the white writing in order to have that stitched rather than everything.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. I have attached the .png file for refernce
     

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    Hello everyone,

    Thanks for taking time to read my thread; I was wondering how I can convert a wav file into mp3 and also can I can convert an mp3 file into a media that I can play on Windows Media Player or Realtime or into any other format? Thanks in advance for your help.

    -jdaries-
     

    A:Solved: Can I convert mp3 file into windows media file?

    You'd only want to convert a wav to any format you want to use. Going from a lossy format (such as mp3) to say wmv (another lossy format) you will lose signal degredation, and end up with a audio file you wouldn't like. Most any old audio editing programs should allow you to save in .mp3/.wmv etc.

    Might look at http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
     

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    My son plays basketball for an out-of-town college and I can download the radio broadcast games from the audio streaming over the internet into asf files using software called WM Recorder and WM VCR. The broadcasts can be as long as 3 hours and the asf file for a single game can be over 120mg. I want to burn this file onto a regular CD that I can listen to on a normal CD player such as a CD player in a car. I used software called Riverpast Audio Converter to convert the asf file to a wav file but neither the asf or wav files work in my CD player. I can playback either file (asf or wav) through Windows Media Player on my computer and they work fine. How can I listen to these downloaded broadcasts on a normal CD player? (I understand that I may have to split the file as I was told that a normal CD can only play back up to 80 minutes of audio).
     

    A:Convert ASF file to a file that be read on a normal CD player

    fow3 said:

    I used software called Riverpast Audio Converter to convert the asf file to a wav file but neither the asf or wav files work in my CD player.Click to expand...

    Your half way there with the wav file. Now burn it to a CD in CDA (CD audio), Nero or a freeware burner program will do that for you.
     

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    Hello - I want to take wav files off an SD card and convert them for use on any CD player. I have been told to convert wav files to pcm files which come under the umbrella of "redbook files" - all confusing and still can't do it. I have Nero 7 and do not know how to go about this. I transfer the files from an SD memory card to the Vista PC and know that I cannot just drag them and hope they'll convert. Any ideas? Thanks!
     

    A:convert SD card wav file to file playable by any CD player

    If you have Nero, all you should have to do is burn an Audio CD and add the WAV file to the compilation. No converting by you needed.

    Open Nero StartSmart, select "Make Audio CD" from the Audio tasks, click Add and browse to where you have the WAV file and Add it to the compilation, close the Add window and you shoudl that the audio file has been added. Click Next, give the CD a title and click Burn.
     

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    Hi, I am not particularly tech savvy and I'm trying to export contacts from an outdated Customer Management program into a csv file so I can upload them into a more current program. You can only export them into an ASCII format and I have no idea how to sort it out in excel. Any help is greatly appreciated.
    Thank you in advance.
     

    A:Unsure how to convert an ASCII file to an Excel file

    Is this by chance a "Delimited text file"?
    If so it will a comma between each entry of the contact. Each contact will be on a separate line.

    This will be a plain text fine that can be opened in any plane text editor.

    It may be helpful if you were to post an small file as an attachment?
     

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    I have a sound file in Palm PDB format created in the Palm Voice Memo program. I moved it from the Palm device to the Windows desktop PC. Problem is I cannot find any way to convert this to any format readable by the Windows system.

    I moved the file from the Palm's internal memory to its SD card because the Palm Voice Memo application would not allow it to be copied to the SD card so now it is no longer in the Palm's internal memory, neither can it be put back into the Palm's internal memory in any way that the Voice Memo program can recognize it.

    If I could get it back into the Palm's Voice Memo program, I could at least play it; but, it is more desirable to just convert it from PDB to WAV or MP3 or any other Windows format.

    I've been working on this problem off and on for several weeks and have no solution. I would even be willing to pay someone to do it for me if anyone can.
     

    A:Convert a Palm PDB file to a Windows-readable file

    After weeks of off-and-on trying, I finally used a combination of words in Google that got me to a solution and I'm posting it here in the event someone else might need to do the same thing:

    How to Convert PDB to MP3

    Programs needed:
    Clie Picture Converter
    Mobile Media Converter
    Both are freeware programs downloadable from the internet.

    Go to your Palm data folder on your PC. Something like
    C:\Program Files\Palm\[user-name]\Backup

    You'll find files like [xxxxxxxxxxxx]_Vpad.pdb

    These are the VoicePad files.

    Copy the files you need to a temporary folder

    Open Clie Picture Converter, and drag the files from the temporary folder to the Clie Picture Converter window.

    New files with .JPG extension will appear in the temporary folder.

    Rename these *.JPG files to *.AMR files.

    use Mobile Media Converter to convert the .AMR files to .MP3 files.

    This is what worked for me.
     

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