Wps File Extension

Complete Mac Optimization. Windows Registry Optimizer. Laptop Battery Optimization. All-Inclusive, Everyday PC Care. Latest tips, tricks and news. Protect your browser and PC. Library of file extensions. News from ReviverSoft. Your questions answered. PC Reviver support. Driver Reviver support. InstallSafe support. Disk Reviver support. Security Reviver support. Start Menu Reviver support. Privacy Reviver support. MacReviver support. Registry Reviver support. Battery Optimizer support. Learn about ReviverSoft. The importance of trust. What others are saying. How we are doing? Connect with us. Most files with the WPS file extension are likely Microsoft Works Document files, but the WPS Writer software also produces these types of files. The Microsoft Works Document file format was discontinued by Microsoft in 2006 when it was replaced by Microsoft's DOC file format. The two are similar in that they support rich text, tables, and images, but the WPS format lacks some of the more advanced formatting features supported with DOC. WPS also stands for Wi-Fi Protected Setup, but it has nothing to do with document files as described on this page. Since most WPS files you'll find were probably created with Microsoft Works, they can certainly be opened by that program. However, given that it's been discontinued, it might be difficult to obtain a copy of the software. If you do own a copy of the latest version of Microsoft Works, version 9, and need to open a WPS file created with Microsoft Works version 4 or 4.5, you'll need to first install the free Microsoft Works 4 File Converter. Fortunately, WPS files can also be opened with any of the latest versions of Microsoft Word.
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