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    I was trying to find an application that didn't cost a mint (preferably free) that would simply take a wps file and make it a doc or rtf problem was I could not find one. Openoffice.org has not got a function for opening them, and the word 2003 viewer can see them ether.

    I eventually had to send it to my friend who gave me the .rtf version, but that still puts me in the position of asking a friend and sending important and sometimes private files over the internet and to friends...

    Does anyone know of a veiwer or converter?
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    WTH is a WPS file?
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    Quote Originally Posted by filburt1
    WTH is a WPS file?
    LMAO, it is a word format, i think it is Microsoft works, or word perfect document format, but i can't find anything that will open the stupid thing, then again Microsoft has a tendency to neglect details on how to open there files
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    I think WPS is Works, WPD is, I think, WordPerfect.

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    yeah that is what i thought thank you shadowfiend
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    Open Office should open it, and then you can save it as a .rtf or .doc.
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    *cough*
    Quote Originally Posted by pyrodragon
    Openoffice.org has not got a function for opening them, and the word 2003 viewer can see them ether.
    *cough*
    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowfiend
    Last edited Today at 02:41 PM by Shadowfiend ("I'm an idiot. He already tried openoffice :-P").
    *cough*
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    Oops, missed that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by -chris-
    Open Office should open it, and then you can save it as a .rtf or .doc.
    but i tried that and i does not, nore does the word 2003 opener
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    Quote Originally Posted by -chris-
    Oops, missed that.
    lol thats alright I have done that b4
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