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How to convert .ccc to .bcc - 3/21/2011 7:49:56 AM   
killony

 

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Hello,
My Dad had a very old version of Calendar Creator that saved files with the .ccc extension. His computer died, and although he has the .ccc data files, he no longer can find the installation disks for his old CC. So he bought CC V.12, but cannot open the old .ccc files, and he doesn't have the old CC program to export the .ccc files as .csv files to import. Is there any solution which will allow him to open his old .ccc files using CC V. 12?

Thank you,
Donna
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RE: How to convert .ccc to .bcc - 3/21/2011 11:12:50 AM   
Brandy redux


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Hi Donna,

According to my research, *.ccc files are calendar files which were created by WordPerfect Office. So, if your father still has WordPerfect installed, you might want to try to open the *.ccc files in WordPerfect.

And, unfortunately, I have confirmed that *.ccc files cannot be opened in Calendar Creator version 2 (which is, itself, a VERY old version) or any newer version of Calendar Creator.

< Message edited by Brandy redux -- 3/21/2011 12:47:20 PM >


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