Students Some faculty and staff members of the law school use Corel WordPerfect as their word processing software, or may have older documents still in this format. WordPerfect was pervasive in legal and academic settings for many years (most notably for its 'reveal codes' feature that provides a handy view into the formatting applied to text). Students may find that their Word will not convert a WordPerfect document that they need to read. For instance, the current version of Word for Mac does not import WordPerfect documents.
If you use a Windows laptop and double-clicking on the document doesn't open it in Word, try using the File Open feature inside Word; you may need to select 'All File Types' in the Open File dialog window. If the problem persists, you may wish to use one of our public access PC computers to convert the WordPerfect document to Word. If you wish to pursue a solution on your own computer (and Word doesn't open the file for you), see below.
For work, I need to be able to use WordPerfect. Since there is no version that works with OS 10.6, what are my options? Can I install the Windows software from my old PC on the new iMac and use that with Parallels or Bootcamp? Or do I have to purchase a copy of Windows 7 or XP? And can I use my current Wordperfect CD to load onto the Mac?
Windows Users: Install OpenOffice OpenOffice is an open source suite that can read WordPerfect documents. Download it from the Macintosh Users: Install NeoOffice There is no version of WordPerfect currently made for Mac.
Disadvantages: • iCloud storage is just free for 5GB. You just need to download them to your Mac storage. Click “ Option” given next to Photos and select “iCloud Photo Library.” • When your iPhone accesses the WiFi network, all the Photos will automatically sync and transferred to Mac device. (50GB: $0.99/month; 200GB: $2.99/month; 2TB: $9.99/month) • It takes much time as it need to upload the photos to iCloud, sync photos to your Mac and you need to download the photos manually. You need to pay to upgrade the storage plan.
NeoOffice is a version of OpenOffice for Macs, and it can open WordPerfect documents. Download it from the.
Note that the 'free' version of NeoOffice does not save files, but you can select and copy out the contents of documents. Mac users may also wish to note also that there is an inexpensive Mac application called, available through the Macintosh App Store, that can open WordPerfect files. One caveat is that footnotes are recognized and visible, but may not be kept in footnote format.