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Microsoft .wdb file to export or save as another Format

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I cannot SAVE AS or EXPORT a Works database file with a .wdb file extension to be a WORD document file.  I need to be able to open and print in WORD OR possibly a PDF format.

Can you help.

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Hi,

This should help you:
http://www.reachone.com/gills-of-lacey/21firs/spellerbee/usingworks.htm


Best regards, Raisor
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Hi,

Another thought ... have you tried to export into csv or txt format yet?

If that works, your worksDB might contain invalid characters, invalid formulas, or a formatting option that is not accepted by msword!


Best regards, Raisor
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Thanks for the help!!  I kept the website in my FAVORITES for future reference.  What I found out is that you cannot export or SAVE AS a WORKS database file without losing some of the format.  I had to do it via using our FULL version of Adobe Acrobat and Distiller.  What a hassle.....

Thanks though.
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I have a some wdb and slr files that i want  to open , which program do i need to convert also those file to xml files? please answer to my e-mail : <e-mail edited by CetusMOD please re-read the Member Agreement>
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