Wps Office Converter

To view a Microsoft Works .wps file in Microsoft Word, you need a converter that enables Microsoft Word to view the files.

WPS Office is a suite of software which is made up of three primary components: WPS Writer, WPS Presentation, and WPS Spreadsheet. Microsoft PowerPoint up until 2007 version used a proprietary. How to Convert WPS to WORD? Click the “Choose Files” button to select your WPS files. Click the “Convert to WORD” button to start the conversion. When the status change to “Done” click the “Download WORD” button. WPS Office is the smallest size (less than 37MB) and all-in-one complete free office suite on Android mobile and tablets, integrates all office word processor functions: Word, PDF, Presentation, Spreadsheet, Memo and Docs Scanner in one application, and fully compatible with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Google Doc and Adobe PDF format. First you need to add file for conversion: drag and drop your WPS file or click the 'Choose File' button. Then click the 'Convert' button. When WPS to XLS conversion is completed, you can download your XLS file. ⏱️ How long does it take to convert WPS to XLS? WPS Cloud - WPS Office.

Microsoft provides a free file called WorksConv.exe that is compatible with Microsoft Word 2000 and later, allowing you to open Microsoft Works 6.0 to 9.0 documents.

To open older .wps documents created with Microsoft Works 4.0 or 4.5, Microsoft provides Wks4Converter_en-US.msi.

We recommend downloading and installing both of these files.


Microsoft Word 2013 is capable of opening Microsoft Works 6.0 to 9.0 documents by default. However, you still need to download and install the Wks4Converter_en-US.msi file to open Microsoft Works 4.0 or 4.5 documents.

Once these files are downloaded, follow the steps listed below.

  1. Close any open Microsoft Word windows.
  2. Double-click the WorksConv.exe file and follow the prompts to install it. Then, double-click the Wks4Converter_en-US.msi file and follow the prompts to install as well.
  3. After installing both files, open Microsoft Word.
  4. In Microsoft Word, click File and then click Open. If there is no File menu, click the Microsoft Office button in the top-left of the Word window, then click Open.

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In Word 2013, after clicking the Open option, you need to select Computer, then click Browse.
In Word 2016 and later, after clicking the Open option, you need to click Browse.

  1. In the Open window, in the File type drop-down menu or the unlabeled drop-down menu next to File name are: Works 4.x (*.wps), Works 6-9 Document (*.wps), and Works 6.0 (*.wps).
  2. Select the appropriate version of Works for the file you are opening. If you're not sure which version your Works file is, try the Works 6-9 Document (*.wps) option first.
  3. Browse to the location of the Works file you want to open, select the file, then click Open.

After I open the file, it's not formatted properly

Depending on the Microsoft Works file, it may look strange because formatting is not converted correctly. If this occurs, try opening the file as a different Works version. If this does not work, you'll have to change the formatting manually in Word if you want it to display correctly.

Saving the file as a Word file

If you want to continue to use this file or want to make it compatible with Microsoft Word, follow the steps below.

  1. After the file is opened and edited, click File and choose Save As. If there is no File menu, click the Microsoft Office button in the top-left of the Word window, then click Save As.
  2. In the Save As window, select the location you want to save the file.

In Microsoft Word 2016 and later, you need to click the Browse option after clicking the File tab to open the Save As window.

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  1. Type a name for the file if you want to change it.
  2. In the Save as typedrop-down menu or the unlabeled drop-down menu next to the File name text field, make sure to select Microsoft Word (*.docx).
  3. Click Ok or Save when done.

Additional information

  • See our Microsoft Word and Microsoft Works definitions for further information and related links.