Reading Different File Formats

  keithlik 11:17 17 Nov 2006
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Had some difficulty reading files aved on DVD for use with a new computer.
Is there an application out there that will enable any file format to be read?
Help would be appreciated.

  Diodorus Siculus 11:20 17 Nov 2006

Quick View Plus makes universal information access a reality. By providing instant access to information created in over 225 Windows, Macintosh, Internet and DOS formats, Quick View Plus enables employees to access information from virtually any source - email attachments, the Web, legacy document stores and more. As native applications are not needed to open files, Quick View Plus reduces costs, simplifies deployment and improves security.

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  keithlik 11:24 17 Nov 2006

Thanks but I have QV+ which usually manages but in this case it doesn't work.
Cheers DS

  Diodorus Siculus 11:32 17 Nov 2006

What file formats are they?

  keithlik 18:33 17 Nov 2006

Microsoft Publisher files, but I dont have the application now.

  wiz-king 19:52 17 Nov 2006

You couldn't have chosen a worse programs files! You cant even read them with another version of publisher. You may have to install the original version of the program again.

  keithlik 10:55 18 Nov 2006

You are right wiz-king. Thanks.

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