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  1. Trying to find a quick way to convert 30k+ WordPerfect files into Word. Will probably run it locally from an admin machine or server so user permissions won't affect it. My idea was just to open the file, select all, copy, open new word doc, paste, file, save.... What would be the best way to go about scripting something in this way?
  2. I'm having a problem using winmove with WordPerfect X5. WordPerfect X5 is on top and is the active window. I run the following code Opt("ExpandVarStrings", 1) $WinTitle = WinGetTitle("[active]") $Err = WinMove ($WinTitle, "", 10, 10) MsgBox (0, 'Move', "$WinTitle$ $Err$")The WordPerfect window does NOT move and the msgbox shows: $WinTitle= "WordPerfect X5 - Document 1" $Err = 0, which means: "Failure: 0 if the window is not found." Any other program I've tried works fine. I then tried the following: Opt("ExpandVarStrings", 1) $WinTitle = WinGetTitle("[active]") $WinHandle = WinGetHandle( $WinTitle) MsgBox (0, 'Handle', "$WinTitle$ $WinHandle$")Again the msgbox showed $WinTitle= "WordPerfect X5 - Document 1" $WinHandle = 0 So I now assume that WordPerfect does NOT respond to the standard windows commands. Any suggestions of a work-around, or am I missing something? Thanks, Marc
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