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Does anyone have any idea on how to convert .lwp lotus word pro files to .doc Microsoft word doc files for the Mac? I feel like I have exhausted every resource.
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I don't know if there is a converter, but you can change your lotus document to a text file and then word can read it.

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Or, you can download this converter: Link

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I need a converter that works for OSX not windows. I don't have the lotus application.
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Above download does not work on mac
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Then convert it on a Windows PC and move it to your Mac via a flash drive or whatever. You can always find a PC to use somewhere. Or, download Lotus Symphony for the Mac as suggested above.
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Yup, I answered this years ago:
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Yup, I answered this years ago:
Thanks, BUT: I just downloaded and installed IBM Lotus Symphony 3.0.1, and when I try to open a .lwp file, I get the error message:

IBM Lotus Symphony does not support this file format

Can anyone else get this to work?

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