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Home vista to open corel files

My old system used corel word perfect. The Geek squad transferred old files but cannot open with home vista. Is there a patch to download from visata or corel to make it work?

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If you try to open the file with Microsoft Word, it should automatically convert it. To open it with Microsoft Word, hit "File" > "Open". Change the "Files of Type:" drop down box to "All (*.*)". Navigate to the folder in which the file is located, and it should appear in the dialog box. Double click the file, and Microsoft Word should convert the file for you. You can then save the file in a different format if you prefer.

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