• Subject: Fw: OV/400 Document Conversion
  • From: "Rob Ward" <rward@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 2 Oct 1997 13:34:15 -0500

> From: Rob Ward <rward@mcind.com>
> To: jimwaymire@pacificnet.net; midrange-l@midgrange.com
> Subject: Re: OV/400 Document Conversion
> Date: Thursday, October 02, 1997 1:03 PM
> OfficeVision/400 docs are stored in RFTDCA format.  MS Word comes with an
> RFTDCA filter.  If you have ClientAccess you can access the QDLS folder
> from a pc and open the documents directly from Word.  If you want to save
> docs back to the 400 and also have OfficeVision users be able to diaply
> those docs then you will have to save the files as RFTDCA as well.
> Unfortunately Word97 does not contain the rftdca text conversion filter. 
> So if you are using Word97 you will need to get the rftdca32.cnv file
> an Office95 installation and copy it to C:\Program Files\Common
> Files\Microsoft Shared\TextConv  Once copied into this directory you can
> open and save RFT-DCA docs.
> Rob Ward
> M-C Industries, Inc.
> (913) 273-3990
> ----------
> > From: Jim Waymire <jimwaymire@pacificnet.net>
> > To: AS/400 Midrange List <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
> > Subject: Office/400 Document Conversion
> > Date: Thursday, October 02, 1997 9:14 AM
> > 
> > Looking for some help......
> > I am sure I have read somewhere that there is a way to download AS/400
> > Office Documents and/or the older IBM Text Management documents (S38
> > era) into Word, and vice versa.   Can anyone help me out?  Please email
> > direct. 
> > 
> > Thanks
> > -- 
> > Jim Waymire
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