How do I open Open Office files in MS Office 2007?

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I am currently using Microsoft Office 2007. I used to have the Open Office and thus, I saved all my files with .sxw extension. Now I am unable to open these files in Microsoft Office 2007. I have already removed the Open Office from my system.

Is there any way I can open my .sxw files in Microsoft Office? Please comment.

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How do I open Open Office files in MS Office 2007?

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Hello there

There are two solutions for your problem. First one, let’s call it the easy way, is to simply change your file extension from .sxw to .doc. So, click on the name of the file, press F2, and on the end change .swx to .doc. That is the easy way. The hard way is to open blank Word document, and basically drag .swx file into him. I know it sounds strange, but you could try that and it should work. Just watch it where you drag. You have to drag it inside the ‘’white paper’’ in Word so this could work.

If you have any further questions, just ask and I’ll try to help you.

Answered By 0 points N/A #94131

How do I open Open Office files in MS Office 2007?

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Hi,

You can go to the following website:

Convert to Word .doc format

You just need to upload the file you created from Open Office or simply enter the link of file's URL if it is saved online. It will just take few minutes for the process to be completed but still depends on the size of the file. Once the conversion is done it will prompt you if you want to save or open the .doc file. The website also provides an option for you to email the converted file. The file will be stored on the websites portal within 24 hrs and you can download it up to 10 times. Deleting the file from the website's server after the download is also your choice, especially if its confidential.

To download and install Open Office 3.3, please watch the video below:

I hope this will help you!

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