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when i want to open files from net i can not read it in my microsoft word, it
is unreadable
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Are you sure the files is in a format that can be opened by Word? Have you tried
saving them to your hard drive and then opening them? (I'm assuming you're being
cautious so that you don't download a virus.)

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Are they Word documents?

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