|The ToHTML file format converter can convert these file formats to plain HTML: Windows WordPad, Microsoft Word 2, 6.0-95, 97-2002, 2003, 2007, Word Perfect, Works, RTF and other types. No MS Office is required. Optimized for dual-core CPU.|
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|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista|
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The ToHTML file format converter can convert these file formats to plain HTML: Windows WordPad, Microsoft Word 2, 6.0-95, 97-2002, 2003, 2007, Word Perfect, Works, RTF and other types. No Microsoft Office installed is required. Optimized for dual-core CPU.
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Tested with Windows 10 Technical Preview.; Andrew Revvo CA-signed.; Installer minor changes.
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