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Converting UniPlex 7.0a documents

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Is there a utility available to convert UniPlex 7.0a documents to a MS-DOS or Windows word-processor, such as MS Word or WordPerfect?
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Try the Import Document at :
http://www.pembroke-int.com/dcmnid.htm

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