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Default Converting old wps & doc files for use with word 2002

I have old files (up to 10 years old) with old wps and doc extentions. I
want to view them using my Word 2002 programme but the pages are full of junk
symbols. Is there are was to convert these old files in a was that they cam
be usable on the new programme.
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The old Works filters are linked from the downloads page of my web site.
Word should open any DOC files, provided Word (whatever version) was used to
create them.
Don't even think of opening them directly from removable media. That is
certain to cause document corruption.

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Graham Mayor - Word MVP

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asher2008 wrote:
I have old files (up to 10 years old) with old wps and doc
extentions. I want to view them using my Word 2002 programme but the
pages are full of junk symbols. Is there are was to convert these
old files in a was that they cam be usable on the new programme.



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