On 14.05.2015 13:37 , Andreas Säger wrote:
Am 14.05.2015 um 19:18 schrieb Brad Rogers:
>Unless I've misunderstood what bunk3m wrote, that resulted in a General
Ooops. Then LibreOffice can not open that file because the file is not a
pagemaker file, a corrupted pagemaker file or an unsupported pagemaker file.
Try http://www.zamzar.com or find some machine with pagemaker up and
running and let it export your files to whatever suitable.
Thank you everyone for suggestions. I apologize for the delay in
testing and replying.
I tried www.zamzar.com but Pagemaker 6.5 files can't be converted using
this service. I am pretty sure this was close to the last version
available on the Mac platform.
Where do I find the documentation of which versions of Pagemaker should
work with LO? I don't remember reading which versions were designed to
work in the docs but it quite likely that I didn't find the right URL.
Since these files are quite old, it is possible that the files are
corrupted. I've had them inside a zip archive and tried new unarchived
versions with the same result.
I did receive an email from someone regarding submitting the file for
bug testing. I seem to have misplaced that email so would you mind
sending me the link again? Thanks and apologies.
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