I need to open a .do file (it's a form) but searches have failed for me to

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  1. ratchet

    ratchet Registered Member

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    open it so I can print it. Help appreciated!
     
  2. LockBox

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    Try Zamzar Online Converter. It seems to convert everything you throw at it.
    http://zamzar.com/
     
  3. Pinga

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    Rename to .doc and see what happens ;)
     
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    @Gerard
    Nice link thanks.
    I've been needing something easy like that for some CAd files
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  5. ratchet

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    No joy! Thank you for the input though. The very first thing I tried before I turned for help was renaming it to .doc and a few others. Just now tried Zamzar and it stated it presently doesn't support that file type. My wife can get the form from work but we were trying to get a jump on things.
     
  6. Mrkvonic

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    What is this file ... Use the Windows port of gnutils and run the file command against it, to see what kind of file it is, regardless of its extension.
    Mrk
     
  7. Oremina

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    I download a .do file every month. It is the .pdf file of my credit card statement. It will open in any pdf reader but it is protected and so cannot be altered. That is the only time I have heard of a .do file, so hope it helps. Just an idea.
     
  8. ratchet

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    "...hope this helps", hell yeh it helped! .pdf was one file type I hadn't tried, on the assumption that if it was .pdf it would have ended in .pdf. Anyway, changed it and it opened fine. That is why I turn to forums for help, thank you all again!
     
  9. Oremina

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    You're welcome. Glad it worked for you...:)
     
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