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How to change a file

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September 17, 2005 7:33:02 PM

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Hi everyone,
I have a file in my Documents folder that is a WPS file. I want to change
it to a GIF file. Is this possible? If so, I would appreciate any help. I
am wanting to use this as a background for my forum, but my forum says that
it will only accept a GIF file for download. I appreciate any help on this.
thanking you in advance
--
roberto

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Anonymous
September 17, 2005 7:54:01 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)

As I recall, a WPS file is a file used by Microsoft Works. If so, then open
the file in Works and take a screen shot by pressing Alt and PrtScrn at the
same time. Then open Paint and paste it there. That'll give you a BMP file
and then you can use use a freeware program such as IrfranView to convert it
to the GIF format.

"roberto" wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I have a file in my Documents folder that is a WPS file. I want to change
> it to a GIF file. Is this possible? If so, I would appreciate any help. I
> am wanting to use this as a background for my forum, but my forum says that
> it will only accept a GIF file for download. I appreciate any help on this.
> thanking you in advance
> --
> roberto
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