converting a .svx file to a .doc file?


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Guest

I have created a document in Microsoft Word and the program gave it the
following file extension: .svx Now I am trying to open the same document in
a different computer but still using Word but the program does not recognize
the file extension. What can I do?
 
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Bob Buckland ?:-\)

Open Office Writer creates SVX files. It's not a built in capability in MS Word. http://openoffice.org

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I have created a document in Microsoft Word and the program gave it the
following file extension: .svx Now I am trying to open the same document in
a different computer but still using Word but the program does not recognize
the file extension. What can I do? >>
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Let us know if this helped you,

Bob Buckland ?:)
MS Office System Products MVP

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Graham Mayor

Word doesn't use the extension to recognize its own document formats. It
will recognize them whatever the format. I don't recognize this particular
extension (you can look it up) but it is not one that has anything to do
with Word, unless you have some export filter in use that I am unaware of.
That being the case, you would need the import version of the same filter on
the other PC.

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Graham Mayor - Word MVP

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