I have recently purchased a laptop with the Windows 7 operating system. I have Office 2003 installed on it. In the past I was able to change the registry of my Windows XP machines to allow me to open Lotus wk4 files but that same change to the registry does not seem to work with Windows 7. Please help
Refer the links below, might be helpful.http://support.microsoft.com/kb/922848http://support.microsoft.com/kb/938810/http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel-help/file-format-converters-and-excel-HP005200157.aspxhttp://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel-help/about-opening-and-saving-files-from-other-programs-HP005253843.aspx
You were playing a game when suddenly an error message popped up? You can try to reboot your desktop to see if this problem could be a glitch. Many errors can be fixed by a simple reboot as it is not impossible that the system malfunctions after long-time working. What it needs is just a break and a reboot. If you can't restart it normally, you can force reboot it.
The ultimate solution for error: OPening a Lotus wk4 file with Excel 2003 on a Windows 7 Machine is to reinstall Windows. This removes all unwanted software that is causing problems, erases adware and other malware, clears out junk files and so on.
A Windows disc is needed for old versions of Windows, but Windows 8 has a built in Refresh option that makes the job easy. Bring up the Charms bar on the right side of the screen and click Settings, Change PC settings. Click Update and recovery, then Recovery. Under Refresh your PC without affecting your files, click Get started.
Personal files - photos, music and documents - are kept, so it isn't a complete refresh, but it's may be enough for most people. A more powerful option is Remove everything and reinstall Windows. Copy files you want to keep to a USB disk before starting though.
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