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Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by Richard524, Feb 1, 2010.

  1. Richard524

    Richard524 Flightless Bird

    Ihad an office trial, which has now expired. During the trial period Iwrote
    numerous important letters which I need to retrieve.Am I still able to do
    this? (I cannot afford to purchase the full version at the moment)
     
  2. Tom Willett

    Tom Willett Flightless Bird

    You can print them, but that's all.
    "Richard524" <Richard524@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:2E600171-35CD-4E68-93D2-FC9AAABE5D74@microsoft.com...
    : Ihad an office trial, which has now expired. During the trial period
    Iwrote
    : numerous important letters which I need to retrieve.Am I still able to do
    : this? (I cannot afford to purchase the full version at the moment)
     
  3. db

    db Flightless Bird

    if I'm not mistaken
    there is freeware
    called "open office"

    which has to ability
    to open .doc files.

    don't remember for
    sure, but worth a try.

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    "Richard524" <Richard524@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:2E600171-35CD-4E68-93D2-FC9AAABE5D74@microsoft.com...
    > Ihad an office trial, which has now expired. During the trial period Iwrote
    > numerous important letters which I need to retrieve.Am I still able to do
    > this? (I cannot afford to purchase the full version at the moment)
     
  4. LVTravel

    LVTravel Flightless Bird

    "Richard524" <Richard524@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:2E600171-35CD-4E68-93D2-FC9AAABE5D74@microsoft.com...
    > Ihad an office trial, which has now expired. During the trial period
    > Iwrote
    > numerous important letters which I need to retrieve.Am I still able to do
    > this? (I cannot afford to purchase the full version at the moment)


    www.openoffice.org and download the latest version. It's free and will
    open, edit, write and print "most" Office 97 - 2007 version files (Word,
    Excel, PowerPoint.) It can also save in that format but by default it saves
    in a proprietary format. The default savesAs type can be changed easily in
    the program. It does not have all the features of Office 2007 and it also
    does not have the ribbon bar. It is a close replacement for Office 2003.
     

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