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Conversion of lnk file format to docx file format beta

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A Windows shortcut, or link (.lnk) cannot be converted to any other format, because it just a pointer to the actual file, and contains no data. If your link is broken (the system cannot find the file), it was either moved or deleted. In case, you cannot convert .lnk files to anything else, which means lnk to docx conversion is also not possible.

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LNK

File extension lnk is used for files that represent Windows shortcut to a program installed on computer. Every time you create a shortcut, a new lnk file acts as the actual link, which can be further customized with various settings such as launch parameters, icons, etc. Most lnk files are located on the user's Windows desktop.

An lnk file extension is related to Linker and used for its response files.

An lnk file extension is related to the OpenInsight and used for its database files.

An lnk file extension is related to KMPlayer, a multimedia playback tool. An lnk file stores playlist.

DOCX

Files with docx extension are documents written and saved using Microsoft Word word processor edition 2007 or later. DOCX format replaced the previously used DOC format, moving from binary files to Open XML schema-based documents. They are supported in almost every modern word-processing tools.

 

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