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Date: 07/30/89-09:12:09 AM Z
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From: aa275 Subject: Conversion Programs Date: Sun Jul 30 09:12:09 1989 My word processor is written by LJK, it is Letter Perfect. I prefer using it for writing file, but the files are not saves/loaded by normal DOS2.0S, there for the files can not be used by my modem for transmission. Is there a way to convert the files so that they can be used by DOS2.0S? ** Answered by JOHN SUCHY (aa271) on Thu Mar 19 00:37:38 1987 ** LJK uses primarily a "hidden directory" approach to copy protection. This interferes with data transfers to other programs. However, LJK also makesa program that does the translating you need. If you don't feel you can affordthe official version, there are also some Public Domain programs that do LJK conversions. Four of them should soon be available on the TAP BBS (228-7335). They are: LPERFDOS DPERFDOS DP2DOS & DP2DIF . ONLY THE FIRST OF THESE IS A DIRECT CONVERSION FROM Letter PERFect. Good luck. John E. Suchy Your Co-sysop aa271
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