Well I was previously stationed on a Mac, just a year or so ago moved to a PC. Since I am something of a packrat I kept all of my school work that I typed from 9th and 10th grade, incase I ever wanted to go back and read it. Sadly all of the 9th grade documents were typed up in AppleWorks, using a .cwk file format, and now I am unable to read them. I could open them on a Mac and save them as format readable by Word or OpenOffice, but I really don't want too. That would be kind of a hastle. Any idea's? I can't find anything to view them with that is free. While I am on the note of opening other file formats in Word and OpenOffice, how would I open a .wps file? My friend is going to be using my 2ndary computer and has all of her documents for school as .wps files(Microsoft Works files?) and now has Word at her disposal, but no Works. An addon for Word to open them would be awesome, but anything to view and/or edit them in Word/Notepad/Wordpad is good enough. Thanks ahead of time.