Do you want to convert a MS Office word file from Office 2007 to MS windows 2000
January 8, 2008 4:44am CST
Try this simpler method. Free software. In Office 2007 Microsoft introduced a new file format called the Microsoft Open Office XML Format (.docx). This format is not compatible with older versions of Microsoft Word or with alternative operating systems like Linux or Mac OS X. Nor is it compatible with other word processing applications like OpenOffice, Lotus 123, or NeoOffice. Docx-converter.com offers a portable solution for your compatability needs. It will convert a Microsoft Office .docx file into a simple html file. It strips out some of the formatting, but now supports bold, italic, and underlined text. Left, right, center, and justified alignment. Unicode characters. Tables. And more! www.docd-converter.com The dialogue box appears, upload through email your MS Vista (office 2007) file with your own email address. In seconds you get the conversion.
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8 Jan 08
Hello dear ssh. I am happy to see your new discussion at the first time tonight while I am mylotting at my laptop. Well, as my laptop is too old, it does not allow new advanced technology and it is just ok for me that I can still use windows xp and word 2003. I am happy with it and I thank you very much for your new discussion on new technology. Happy posting, dear friend.
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8 Jan 08
That is nice. The reason I put this here is, yesterday a clinet of mine had brought a pendrive with 600 pages that was composed in Windows 2007. He wanted a colour printout in our machine and our computer had a legal version of windows 2003 only. The file wouldn't open. Then my brother who keeps information about so many computer related information in his pendrive, suggested this site and the file opened immediately. It was a great releief. Then I realised that our fellow mylotians may have similar problems of conversion and hence this link.