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Clarisworks for windows 5.0

Clarisworks for windows 5.0

Clarisworks for windows 5.0

(OP)
I have been using this program since 1986 and have sucessfully transfered it several times to new computers.

I last used it with Windows XP but when I got my latest PC with installed XP I could not open any of the documents that I had created.

When I try to open I receive the message that it needs to find file WMF.F32

I tried to reload using the original CD but could not because it asked for the product key I could not come up with it as it had gone the way of other keys over the years.

It was the first program I purchased for my home PC and I love it and I can not find another program as simple and compresensive as this is.

Does anyone know how to get past the WMF.F32 problem or have a key for this program.
Don Jones

RE: Clarisworks for windows 5.0

(OP)
I found under my program folder the Claris Corp folder. Within this folder there are two folders -Claris and Claris works 5.0. The execution icon is in the Claris works folder but WMF.F32 is in the Claris folder. so when it asks for WMF.F32 find it in the Claris folder and click on it.

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