The work for you will to be to generate PDF files from Key View in an
automated fashion in the same directory as the original LWP to create
viewable documents and reducing user error.
I assumed that more editing was not required at that time.
?Are you using linux/unix?
On 2/4/2012 8:53 PM, Gregory Forster wrote:
I already have installed Key View for my client. However, he has
trouble using it (user error) and has hundreds of files to view.
On 2/1/2012 12:08 PM, Paul D. Mirowsky wrote:
KeyView for Lotus is a WordPro document viewer.
It is probably Windows only, but might work under WINE if you are on
NOTE: originally designed for Win95/3.1 (google to find out more)
Download file: Kvlotus.exe
Check that it will work with your documents and that they will look
correct when printed.
If they do, output files as PDF as they are for reference only.
DO NOT GET RID OF LWP ORIGINALS. The day may come when that import
filter will become totally correct.
If you can write script, do a directory crawl with print attribute to
Hope this helps.
PS: Google docs imports PDF and export ODF.
On 1/26/2012 6:30 PM, Gregory Forster wrote:
How do I open LotusWord Pro documents? When I click on the document
in Windows Explorer, I get a blank screen. When I enter LibreOffice
and open the document, I get a blank screen. In LibreOffice, I
File/Open, change the file selection to Lotus WordPro document
(*.lwp), select the file and still get a blank screen.
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