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Importing/Exporting Files in CW

Posted on 1997-01-26
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When importing or exporting to a different format I get an error message of

The file “Micosoft Works 2.0 cannot be found”

Most of the time it then quits with an error “type 3”

I have reinstalled two different times with the same error.
I get a similar error when trying to import. It cannot find the file to import a PICT file for example. Seems as if it cannot find the translators, which are present in the Claris folder, in the System folder. I can't figure out why it doesn't find them.

Any thoughts?

TIA :-)

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Make sure the translators are in the claris folder in the Claris Translators folder. Also, you should rebuild your desktop so maceasy open can use them.
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