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You need to run openoffice first - don't have to install it as there is a portable windows version available:
then open your document in openoffice writer. after it opened, use menu
pick filetype "microsoft word' - a msword version most recent to your windows office version - and save file
then open it in ms word
Posted on Mar 01, 2011
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