WPSFileReader

Developer: CAI WEI

Current Version: 3.0.0

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 4.8 MB - Download

Description:

WPSFileReader is a specialized .wps files reader for you to quickly open and read Microsoft Works WPS files(both Mac and Windows Microsoft Works files included) on Mac. It preserves most of the original document formatting, and enables you to convert the Microsoft Works WPS documents into PDF, Rtfd, or TXT format.

Key Features:
- Quickly to open and read multiple Works WPS files at a time, easy to use.
- Different Zooming mode to read WPS files more expedite: Zoom-in, Zoom-out, Display at Actual Size.
- Two viewing mode: Contents only or with Chapters Thumbnails displayed.
- You also could read WPS files in single, continuous scroll, or 2-up page.
- Support bookmark the current page so you can easily navigate to page later.
- Support convert WPS files into PDF, Rtfd, or TXT format for easy editing and sharing.
- Extract images from WPS files easily.
- Full text search supported, quickly locate what you want.
- If need, you can quickly print the opened WPS files out.

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Release Notes:

1. Changed the app name and copyright info.
2. Other minor optimizations.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 3.0.0
Review by BobonBay

Worth the 3 bucks - This concerns WPSFileReader Version 3.0.0 on a Mac running Yosemite 10.10.2. A friend sent me a .wps document to edit. Pages would not open it. TextEdit opened it but displayed it incompletely. WPSFileReader opened it, including font sizes and styles. After saving it from WPSFileReader as an RTFd file to preserve formatting, I could open it in TextEdit or Pages 4.3 (iWork ’09). (Surprisingly, Pages 5.5.2 did not open it.) The way to go with .wps files is to open them with WPSFileReader, save as RTFd, then open in TextEdit. Piece of cake. Worth the 3 bucks to be able to edit my friend’s work.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
1/5
Version 3.0.0
Review by Danube 20

Deceptive, Destructive - I’m not sure what bothers me more: the poorly worded, fake praise for this application; or the fact that it deleted my files before crashing.

Found helpful by 7 out of 7 people

More Reviews for Current Version

2/5
Version 3.0.0
Review by 12(b)(6)

Cheap, in all senses of the word. - This WPS viewer's claim to fame is it’s price – it’s cheap. It also overwrote half of the files I threw at it, replacing them with poorly formatted (and incomplete!) PDF versions. Be sure to back up your files first, or just go find something better.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
5/5
Version 3.0.0
Review by BobonBay

Worth the 3 bucks - This concerns WPSFileReader Version 3.0.0 on a Mac running Yosemite 10.10.2. A friend sent me a .wps document to edit. Pages would not open it. TextEdit opened it but displayed it incompletely. WPSFileReader opened it, including font sizes and styles. After saving it from WPSFileReader as an RTFd file to preserve formatting, I could open it in TextEdit or Pages 4.3 (iWork ’09). (Surprisingly, Pages 5.5.2 did not open it.) The way to go with .wps files is to open them with WPSFileReader, save as RTFd, then open in TextEdit. Piece of cake. Worth the 3 bucks to be able to edit my friend’s work.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
1/5
Version 3.0.0
Review by Monster Emoji

did not open my document - was a fan of wordperfect forever this app does not open my documents i want my money back

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
5/5
Version 3.0.0
Review by IsabelHawdon

Simple operation - The Operation page of this app is very tidy so that I can easily find each action button. It saved my time. I used to always be troubled by some applications, because I always need to find a long time to slowly learn how to use them. Now, I don't need to worry about this problem when I use this app.

Found helpful by 2 out of 6 people
5/5
Version 3.0.0
Review by BaileycuniFF

This is really an excellent reader - Works great - simple, straightforward reader With this wps reader's ease of installation, good user preferences and pleasing display, one can only exclaim "WOW!"

Found helpful by 2 out of 4 people
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