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"Must Have Program for Older Computers"

by: Aaron

NW Docx2Rtf 4.4

2015-09-30

Pros:

Works on Windows ME... pretty much the only program that can open, in any wasy, shape, or form, DOCX format on such an old system. Can convert to RTF format.

Cons:

None.

Other Thoughts:

Highly recommended

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" It is a great idea..."

by: Dr. Nemo

2008-01-14

Other Thoughts:

Docx2Rtf 2.4 Freeware: For a lot of time, we know the extraordinary and exemplary effort of Jack Lewis to make of their family company NativeWinds a pioneer in standalone applications. Their Tomahawk PDF, for example, is a convincing demonstration of it and its version freeware that we have occasionally used it with good advantage, enjoys a lot of popularity among those that cannot pay the hundred of dollars that it request for certain word processors with export of pdf documents that there is in the market. For this reason, anything surprises us that he makes circulate now Docx2Rtf.

It is a great idea to have a viewer and conversor of native documents of Open Office, Corel WordPerfect and Word Office 2007, and that at the same time be also able to open up and generate txt, html, rtf and pdf files. The best in the project is that it is an independent standalone of any other application ( for what we can settle in our USB Flash Drive ) and that it does not occupy a lot of space - Less than 2 MB… We find extraordinarily small!

Nevertheless, we will be sincere: Docx2Rtf is not perfect - just as its same developer it recognizes it -, because it is very slow when opening files and it gets jammed with any document that passes of the 200 KB. The pdf viewer does not offer a good image yield and the quality of compression of the pdf that it exports it is not as good as that of Tomahawk PDF. However, the brilliant Jack Lewis' idea is running to offer to the users a tool with great future. It would not be bad, then, to thank him for that he is doing now and to encourage him to that continues his work, there in the desertic land of Nevada.

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