WPSConvert is a fast and easy way to batch convert Microsoft® Works documents into Microsoft Office documents, PDF and RTF formats.
If you receive Microsoft Works documents as email attachments or you switched from Windows to Mac and wants to open and read Works documents? The easiest way to circumvent this problem (short of using Windows) is to convert Works file to either Microsoft Office documents (docx, xlsx), PDF or RTF using WPS Converter.
• Convert Microsoft Works Word Processor files (.wps, .wpt) and Microsoft Works Spreadsheet files (.xlr, .wks) into Microsoft Office Word format (.docx) and Microsoft Office Excel format (.xlsx) respectively.
• WPSConvert can convert Microsoft Works file formats into PDF and Rich Text Format (.rtf) files.
• WPSConvert retains layout, images and graphics into target format.
• Very flexible options to add files into conversion list. Simply Drag & Drop into list or Right click Open With in Finder or Drop on WPSConvert application to add files for export beside direct Add File/Folder buttons.
• An advance option to maintain source directory hierarchy at destination with converted files in respective folders. While conversion WPSConvert automatically creates intermediate directories of source file path in target folder with converted formats.
• Source as destination folder to output documents beside original document in same folder on your computer.
Note: The WPSConvert is a standalone application running natively to convert Works documents into targeted format securely right on your computer, you don’t need internet connection or to install any third party application or other plugin to convert a document.
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- Bug fixed related to source as destination options
Ratings and Reviews
More than I expected - Flawless indeed
Any person who had this not work, might try downloading again because it worked perfectly for me - on a 2010 MacMini.
I have a boatload of old .wps files from a Windows computer where I was using Works for years - for decades. So I read the reviews, thought about my options, and gave it the old $5 try.
Not only was the operational dialog window intuitive and clear, it then did exactly as I set up my choices : export as .rtf - “Source as destination folder” - and the two “Keep" date options. Voila ! After the Export button was clicked, very little time went by, it said Successful - and it was. There next to my original file was the .rtf file I asked for. Pages can open it just fine. Hallejulah !
SO . . . after I had moved and “Exported” a few individual files - I decided to give it an acid test. I drag/dropped a whole folder into WPSConvert - figuring that I could just delete any non .wps files. There was no need !!! WPSConvert simply pulled over ONLY the .wps files. I clicked Export All - a small amount of time, and “Successful” came up - I checked my folders - ( Insert huge Smiley Face here !! ) - Every old .wps file now had right next to it an .rtf file.
This old-engineer-fart, who wrote Fortran programs more than 50 years ago, and was dreading the hours and hassles of file conversion - is going to go have a beer and sit in his backyard instead.
I have a brand new Mac Book Pro, 2.9 GHz Intel Core i7 with 16 GB 2133 MHz LPDDR3. I cant drag a file or add a file. It flashes and then nothign happens. Waste of money!
There are several converters in the app store. I chose this one because it doesn’t just open the files, it 1. Converts them directly to .doc files, and 2. *with no loss of formatting.* None of the other converters I saw do either of these things.
I am a college writing instructor, and I do a lot of work online. Students submit files that I later open and print. No matter what I say about Save As and submitting .doc or .rtf, there are always some .wps files. Nothing on earth opened .wps files. Running after students to convert their files is a pain. Now I can just convert them myself!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.