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CourtneyV

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My eMachine died and I had to do a system reinstall on a new processor. My old system had Microsoft Works from 2005 I think. I was going to purchase Microsoft Works 9.0, but I wanted to make sure I'd be able to open my old files first. If not, what do you suggest? I have OpenOffice installed, but I can't open the files. I converted some at Zamzar and that worked but I have hundreds of documents.

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I don't know any reason it wouldn't, but ...

On the Microsoft Store page for Microsoft Works 9.0 it states "Have more questions? Call us toll-free at 1-877-696-7786".
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I don't know any reason it wouldn't, but ...

On the Microsoft Store page for Microsoft Works 9.0 it states "Have more questions? Call us toll-free at 1-877-696-7786".



Thanks so much for snatching the number for me.
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You're welcome. :)
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