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export quickcorrect list list to text or csv file

export quickcorrect list list to text or csv file

export quickcorrect list list to text or csv file


I've searched the forums but came up empty - perhaps I didn't phrase the terms correctly.  At any rate I’m wondering if there is any way to export/convert the QuickCorrect list from WP12 to a text or csv file.  Does anyone have any insight as to how I might accomplish this?  I’m not that conversant with WP12 so any tips would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you for your time.

RE: export quickcorrect list list to text or csv file

I'm fairly certain that in WP9 the file you are looking for is wt9us.uwl and is located somewhere in C:\documents and settings\the current user.  On my machine it is under C:\documents and settings\my user name\My Documents\Corel User Files.  I would assume that for version 12 it is called wt12us.uwl (assuming you are running the us version).  If not the .uwl file then I would look at the wt12us.hst file in the same directory.

That said, I do not know how to get into the file to get at the data.  If your purpose is simply to move a user to another machine, copy the files over.


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