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Old Lotus 1-2-3 documents (including .prn files) can be sometimes still opened in modern programs, typically some productivity suite such as MS Office, LibreOffice or Ooo.

Unfortunately, sometimes .prn files are print output files and thus cannot be opened in any program, just printed using a physical printer, which makes direct prn to word conversion troublesome. You can always scan the printed output though.

Updated: March 31, 2020

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.

 

Additional links: Open prn file, Open word file

PRN

Files with prn extension can be usually encountered as various printer output files for HP printers. Typically created as an printer export when a HP printer is selected as an alternative to PostScript / PDF output.

A prn file extension is related to the Lotus 1-2-3 and Microsoft Excel spreadsheet editors. A prn file stores formatted text.

The prn extension files are related to DataFlex program, where they are used as graphics device data drivers.

Files with prn extension are associated with Calcomp plotters and digitizers graphic files. They stored bitmap in black and white or 4bit CMYK.

Files with prn file extension might also be found as some sort of printed file generated by the Smartware plartform.

WORD

Files with word file extension can be mainly found as very old text documents made in MacWrite that was available in 90s.

Files with word file extension can be possibly also found as very old documents made by some ancient version of MS Word for Mac.

 

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