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Opening .SDW file from data saved to disk

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I need desprerate help. About 3 yrs. ago I saved my resume to a computer disk for future need. Now I need it and I can't open it. It is encoded as a .SDW file and it just comes up all jumbled. I have spent 2wks. trying everything I can think of to open it and nothing is working and I'm getting very frustrated. Microsoft office can't decode it and I'm not computer savy enough to know where to turn to or what I'm doing to open this stupid resume. Please,Please,Please. Can someone PLEASE help me before I'm living out of my car. Any help from anyone will be greatly and deeply appreciated.

Laid off and frustrated,
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i am guessing u have used star office or an open office application to create this document. My solution would be to go 2


and download the stable version

install and open the writer app

then u may be able to salvage ur resume!!!

this is not illegal because its open source!!!

oh andf to get it into a word doc format

u go save as word document


Stu Design

Edited by stu_design, 02 June 2005 - 11:10 AM.

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