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Convert Windows Write document to Microsoft Word HTML document.

We have found one software suitable in our database for this conversion.

It is possible to open older Windows Write documents in WRI format in Microsoft Word and save them to DOCHTML format after.

Microsoft Windows software Microsoft Windows icon - convert wri to dochtml on Windows

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One of the most popular word processor program from Microsoft Office suite

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Convert from wri file

NoYesYeswri editorNoNoNoNo

to dochtml file

NoYesYesdochtml editorYesNoNoNo

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Additional links: Open wri file, Open dochtml file


Files with wri file extension can be most often found as old documents that were created and saved in the Microsoft Windows Write text editor that was distributed as a part of Microsoft Windows up to version 95.


A dochtml file extension is commonly used by Microsoft Word, a document editing program for PC and Mac. A dochtml file contains HTML document.


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