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Cant open / display 602TEXT in a Word.doc HELP!
  Posted by  Danny Kerr  on Monday, February 05, 2007 at 12:41:14 AM (EST)
I CAN read documents from a Microsoft Word document when I open it in a 602Text application, BUT I CAN NOT "display" a 602Text file in a Word document correctly. It opens and displays a lot of small squares, squiggly lines, odd charachters- &%$))))^*^^*% etc. So I guess to be correct, it will open the file in Word, but it won't display correctly. Does anyone else have this problem, but more importantly, does any one have a fix for this, I can't find a "Conversion" tool on Microsoft's web site either, unless it's named something else than-602___ because there's nothing named 602 anything.

Thank you for your help posting here if you have the same issue or a resoloution.
  Posted by Robert Smith  on Monday, March 05, 2007 at 10:04:31 AM (EST)
Maybe you saved the file in a native .wpd format rather than as a .doc?
  Posted by Danny Kerr  on Tuesday, March 06, 2007 at 12:29:52 PM (EST)
I tried saving it as a .doc and it makes no difference. I e-mailed support and they declined to help me because I'm not a paying user. So this product is ok for reading other peoples Word documents, but you can not e-mail any documents to Word users because they WILL NOT be able to read the information you have spent days, months, and years typing. And don't try to copy/paste either. Unless it's a regular plain text, because it does not support formatting. I loved this product for a couple years, but it has now let me down HUGE!!
  Posted by Dane Beko  on Tuesday, March 06, 2007 at 12:39:56 PM (EST)
You can try saving your document in RTF format which Microsoft Word can read.
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