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galan05

 
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The situation is this:

I have some old text files from my deceased HP Pavilion 7935, which was running on Windows 98. I now have an iMac with Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac, including Word, of course.

Question: is there any way to get this Mac version of Word to recognize the old .wps files originally created in XP and convert them to Word in Office:Mac under OS X Leopard?

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