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I have "microsoft works 7" installed on my computer. When I send an email attachment to my work or my wifes work from the word processor, microsoft office wont open it. Is there a setting in "works" that will make it more compatible so as others can read my attachments?
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you should be able to do File, save as, and choose the file type to match the version you use in the office.
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that didnt work, what opens up is a whole bunch of little squares in word
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save it as rtf. stands for rich text format. nothing more universal.

also at work, go to add/remove programs, change the install and see if it has the converters installed for word.

Edited by starjax, 25 January 2006 - 09:14 PM.

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thanks starjax....that works
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Glad to help. :tazz:
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