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Old 01-08-2008, 02:31 PM
electramone electramone is offline
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Hi,



First forum post. I have a brand new computer with MS Works. Just purchased office home-student and outlook (it's in the mail). When I install it will it simply superceed my works or will I have to remove works? Also when I remove works will it automaticaly convert my existing documents when I open or save them? Some have mentioned keeping both on to be safe but I really don't want two different versions on my system.

Any help would be great thanks.
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Old 05-03-2008, 08:44 PM
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I'm pretty sure you don't need to remove Works in order to install Office - you can have both installed at the same time. Word 2007 should be able to open and save to up to Works 7.0 File Format. But I'd recommend saving your stuff once you've opened them to Word 2003 (.doc) or Word 2007 (.docx) for maximum functionality.

Making a backup of your documents before you open them and convert might not be a bad idea in case you have anything in the Works docs that don't fully convert?

Hope that helps!
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