docXConverter is a program for opening files saved in the new Word 2007 format, docx, in the Excel 2007 format xlsx and in AppleWorks cwk format.
It allows you to open these files, even if none of your programs are capable of doing so on their own.
icWord 4.1 icWord is a program for viewing word processor files saved in the Word formats doc and in AppleWorks cwk format for word processors.
It allows you to view and convert these files, even if none of your programs are capable of doing so on their own.
Description: docXConverter is a program for opening and using files saved in the new Word 2007 default format, docx, in the new Excel 2007 default format, xlsx or in the AppleWorks/ClarisWorks word processing format cwk.
docXConverter allows you to open docx, cwk or xlsx files with a program currently installed on your computer, even if none of your programs are capable of doing so on their own.
For a docx or a cwk file docXConverter converts the file to an RTF file, and then instructs one of the programs on your computer to open that file.
For a xlsx file docXConverter converts the file to a CSV file, and then instructs one of the programs on your computer to open that file.
docXConverter makes sure that the contents, the graphics and the layout of the original docx or cwk document are kept in utmost fidelity.
Use docXConverter to open docx or cwk files in a word processor not compatible with Word 2007 or AppleWorks, to import docx or cwk files to a desktop publishing or graphic program or, if you are using an email program for example, use docXConverter to open docx or cwk files in text format.
Use docXConverter to open xlsx files in a spreadsheet not compatible with Excel 2007, or to import xlsx files to a database program.
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