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convert a .wpw to .doc or .pdf

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I have a bunch of .wpw files that I need to convert to a usable platform. I am running out of ideas on how to do so. It looks like the old school Novell Word Perfect files.
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Download a trial version of WordPerfect at Corel.com if you don't have WordPerfect and try that.  If it works, a WordPerfect macro could convert them.  There are several batch converters posted or linked at wpuniverse.com.
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