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pfs data convert to word 97

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just got new computer, would like to convert pfs files (professional write by software publishing corp.) to word 97.
old computer was 386 win 3.1. new amd k6/2 win 98 so far nothing works, but somewhere......
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If you still have your old computer, and your old software,
Then save the documents in a common format on your old machine. (Usually RTF)and open them in Word.
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