Is there any way for me use .doc files without having to pay?

#1
...or at least view them?
 


bobkn

New Member
#3
I was going to say WordPad, but I see that the version included with 7201 X64 does not support .doc. I had no idea MS had removed that capability.

I have never tried this:

OpenOffice.org - The Free and Open Productivity Suite

but it may help.

I continue to use Office 2003. The student version was fairly inexpensive, as is the still available home/student version of Office 2007. (I know that cheap is not the same as free.)
 


#4
As the others mentioned... use OpenOffice.org. I've used it for a long time and it's a fantastic FREE alternative to MS Office. I'm using the 64-bit version right now and it works smoothly.
 


#5
open office works great, thanks!
 


dre@ms

New Member
#6
^^+1. Even Open office files can be now opened with MS Office 2007. OO rocks.
 


dam89

Honorable Member
#7
Openoffice.org or you can use Google Docs if you have gmail account.
 


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