How to Open Files Saved in the Wrong Format

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MediaConvert.comIt’s annoying to have a file in a format that your software can’t read. For example, someone sent you a WordPerfect file and you want to convert it to Microsoft Word format. How do you open the file if you don’t have WordPerfect?
Whether your problem is a document, audio, video, graphic, spreadsheets, or some other file format, have no fear. This amazing new website can convert a huge number of file formats into other formats: Media-Convert.com.

Of course, this website doesn’t convert an audio file into a graphic file. It converts within general file type categories into a format that your software can read. To see all the formats, take a look at the site and click on the “Input format” dropdown box.

This is part of a series of articles highlighting Web 2.0 websites for law students.


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