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Old 04-23-2009, 08:02 AM
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I have about 2000 documents in JML format.


How can i convert these into doc files, without opening every single one of them and "save as" ?
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Old 04-23-2009, 10:01 AM
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Please remember to state which version of Office you have! - see sticky

If you are using 2003, then:

Open the Task Pane 'View > Task Pane (Ctrl+F1)'
Choose 'New Document'
In the Templates section, choose 'On My Computer'
Go to the 'Other Documents' tab
There is a Batch Conversion Wizard there - it will take you through all the steps to batch convert one format to another!
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Old 04-23-2009, 11:37 AM
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I'm using 2003.

But what "from version" shall i choose?
I don't know what version or program the JML files belong to...
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Old 04-25-2009, 12:55 AM
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Lundberg,

Just a quick note about cross posting!

There is no problem doing this - except when you don't tell anyone.
We all understand that you want/need an answer as quick as possible, and spreading the question around gives you a better opportunity to get that.
BUT, please remember that without letting us know that you are posting the question on other sites, you are doubling the work and may end up getting repeated answers.

So, when cross posting, please do us all a favour and add a link to each and every cross post so that we can see what others have suggested; this way you WILL get your answer as fast as possible, all without annoying any of the forum members!

And finally! As and when you find an answer that suits your needs - please add it to all of the cross posts - even if it's just a link with the title [Solved] - this then helps anyone who is searching the forum for a similar problem.


Hope you understand and will please update your first post please,
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Can I decode Jabber jml files using word 2007 in a similar fashion ? .. a procedure does not seem obvious
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Old 09-11-2010, 11:05 AM
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There is a similar batch conversion tool in my older word (Office XP on older machine) but it hasn't cracked the jabber file in half an hour ..
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