[Techtalk] Windows extension (*.lwp)
jsd at brain.jenn.ca
Tue Oct 9 22:43:07 EST 2001
I want to thank everyone for your help on this. I managed to get the
document open and it turned out to be something valuable. I should have
known better as it's not like I don't use Windows anymore, well only at
work. I'm so glad I'm in admin here and not Informatics. Everything
here, if not Windows 95, is NT.
On Tue, 9 Oct 2001, James Sutherland wrote:
> On Tue, 9 Oct 2001, Jennifer Davis wrote:
> > Hi, I got a document at work today that I, being the office geek should
> > be able to open. It's LWP. I have never heard of that before. I can't
> > seem to open it. Does anyone have any idea what it is?
> ISTR that extension being used by Lotus Word Pro (successor to Ami Pro),
> part of their office suite?
> As a general rule, the Unix "file" command is a good place to start;
> running it through "strings" may also give some hints. On Windows, the
> Quick View Plus tool from Jasc is pretty good for viewing/printing
> "strange" file types, but I haven't seen a Unix counterpart yet :(
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