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*May or may not help.

Batch File Converter for Word Pro* AT

This file migration tool allows a user to batch convert from any
readable Word Pro file type to any Word Pro savable file type. It will
also traverse sub-directories and can place the new converted files in a
new directory structure.

Installing / Using this Freebie:
* Place this file to a directory and open it in Word Pro. The
instructions are then displayed for your convenience.
* The Globals!Initialize event will load a new menu option off of the
File menu. (You must allow scripts to run when a document is opened for
this to work correctly.)
* Select this option, "Batch File Converter...", to see the application run.
* Display the Script or Dialog Editor to see the LotusScript and Dialogs
used to build this application.

You must have Word Pro 9.x for Windows installed to use this tool!

On 5/26/2015 9:22 PM, Thomas wrote:
Good morning from Japan
Maybe (I do not remember exactly) I did ask the same question years ago.

Is there a trick to tell LibreOffice, in particular Calc, to open files
For the last 15 years or so I have been using Lotus 123 to keep track of
simple tasks like appointments, patient names etc.
But this software is now too old to work any longer (so the computer
tells me).

Lotus 123 allows to specify a folder and then opens the files therein
automatically whenever the software is started.
For those administrative tasks, a set of 2-3 files, this is VERY convenient.

I would like to convert those 123-files into Calc format and have Calc
open them *automatically* whenever I start Calc.

Is that possible?
If so, how do you do that?

Thank you.

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