Hello Guys! Eid Greetings for you! Today I'm gonna share a nice tool with you. This is actually based upon the request of Marija Petrovska, an agent of investintech.com. You people know that I often write about PDF tools which are free to use. But she requested to write about a soft which is premium but having much advantages. It's size is 16 MB (Approx). As I like light software, I denied to write about it. Later she shared some light tools with me. And I promise that, I must write about these tools for my valued visitors. And this is the first one you're getting now!
You've already got an idea about today's post. And you know this is a really really a boring problem that belongs to the file format of Microsoft Office 2007 and 2010.
Most of you are familiar with this issue. Those of you are using MS Word 2003 or earlier version normally don't face it. But if you're using Word 2007 or later version, you might have faced this problem sometimes.
When you save a file in Word 2007 or 2010, the file will be saved as example.docx. But Word 2003 or earlier version will support only .doc format. And naturally you will not be able to open .docx file in Office 2003.
Suppose you use Office 2010. You save a file as example.docx. You don't have printer. You're going to print your document from a shop. And this is your term paper submission deadline. You're far away of your home. When you're trying to open your document in that shop it shows some random symbols. Because it is Office XP or 2003. What do you do now?
Get back home? (Do you have time enough?)
Purchase a new CD and install it there? (Will the shop man allow you to do so?)
Find another shop who use Office 2003? (If you don't find?)
Trying to collect any tool that allows Office 2003 to open docx format? (Difficult to collect!)
Certainly this is a big problem. But the solution is very simple if you can manage a net connection. Really I mean it! Let's solve it . . . . :)
- Hit on the above button, it will take you to a new page
- Now look at the Step 1 : Convert .docx to .doc
- Hit on the Browse button to Upload your .docx file
- After Uploading the file, wait for a few minutes for the Download button to be appeared in the Step 2 (Conversion process will start automatically)
- As soon as the Download button appears, hit on it
- A new window will ask you to share the page on Twitter or Facebook - You may skip
- Just hit on the Click Here button if the download doesn't start automatically
This is really a handy tool for my personal use. Hopefully this will be helpful for you too. Many many thanks to Marija Petrovska for sharing this amazing site with me. I will try to write about the other tools soon. And you people should also provide feedback by commenting here . . .