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Old 07-08-2011, 07:50 AM   #1
oakapple
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Default Reading/interpreting Wordix Files

Does anyone here remember Wordix? It’s a long-obsolete DTP program from the mid/late 1980s. It probably hasn't been on the market in 20 years.

I have just inherited a huge batch of Wordix files from the 1980s. I’m looking for software that can convert them to a more modern format. Needless to say, Microsoft Word does not come with a Wordix import filter. Perhaps it did at one time, long ago, but it doesn't today.

Any ideas?
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