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Saturday, January 4, 2014

How to open a Microsoft .wps or Works file in MS Word 2013

To display a file in Microsoft WPS works in Microsoft Word , you will need a converter that can display Microsoft Word files. Microsoft provides a free file , also known as wp6rtf with Microsoft Word 2000 , 2002, 2003 and 2007,MS Office 2013 support and can open Microsoft Works 4.0 documents, 6.0, 7.0 and 9.0.
After downloading the file, please follow the steps below .

Please close all Microsoft Word window .
Double-click the file wp6rtf.exe that runs without instructions or additional information.
After the file seems to open Microsoft Word were performed .
Microsoft Word , click File and then opens .
In the opened window, in the drop-down menu " File type ": " now you have works 4.0 for Windows (*. ) " WPS ) "," works 6.0 and 7.0 ( *) " WPS" ) "and" . works 7.0 (*. ) " " WPS ) .
Select the appropriate version of the work. If you're unsure , try 6.0 and 7.0.
It would be open , browse to the location of the works and opens the file .

After opening the file is not formatted correctly

Depending on how the file was created in Microsoft Works and is formatted in some situations may be able to open the file, but it looks weird because the format is not converted correctly . In this case, try to open the file as a different version. If this does not work , unfortunately , you must manually change the formatting in the Word document , if desired , for which display correctly .

Save the file as a Word file

Would you still use this file, or that is compatible with Microsoft Word , follow these steps .
After opening the file and edited , if necessary , click File and select Save As .
Select Save from the location to save the file.
Type a name for the file and save as type dropdown, select Microsoft Word Document (*. Doc) .
Click OK or finally in the store.

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