OneClickConvert
OneClickConvert
1.2

2.8

OneClickConvert free download for Mac

OneClickConvert

1.2
07 February 2005

Convert Microsoft Office to & from AppleWorks.

Overview

OneClickConvert can convert documents between Microsoft Office and AppleWorks format.

Preserve paragraph styles, graphics, tables and special elements. Batch conversion, to convert dozens of files in one step. Automation and personalization of the conversion process.

What's new in OneClickConvert

Version 1.2: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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6 OneClickConvert Reviews

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Foulger
04 September 2003

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Once again, a shareware producer has come up with a useful product and has killed it before its off the ground, with the price.The maxim"Halve the price, triple the profits" still stands. At $30 I won't be buying it. At $10 after trying it thoroughly, I would.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
17 October 2005
continuously crashes on OS 10.4. trying to convert from AppleWorks 5 to something OpenOffice could read. gave up after 8 attempts.
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Version 1.2
Anonymous
28 February 2004
Post #2: The bloom is off the rose. The first problem is that OCC did not recognize a particular Word X document Then OCC counted it as a conversion - this happened several times, so I did not get full use of the demo. Third the company asked me to send them the file and despite another email have not responded even though its now several days. So much for customer service!
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
24 February 2004
I'm impressed ;D) I'm highly motivated to change from Word Office X, which crashes constantly under Panther (a memory leak I think) to AppleWorks, but I have documents in Word Office X that contain pictures embedded in tables. I tried converting it using MacLink Plus (v.13 & v.14) without success. OCC to the rescue! Aside from a couple of blank pages insertedbetween pages, the tables came out perfectly. This app will allow me to switch out of the crashing Microshit Office to AW - Thank God! I haven't tried other documents yet, but the others are less complex, so I anticipate thaey'll be ok too. . I'd like to see support for watermarks. When my trial period is up this is a definite purchase. Thanks! PS - DataVix take note!!
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
05 November 2003
Is this a mini review or troubleshooting? You be the judge. I downloaded this little utility to do one thing: convert an Excel spreadsheet to AppleWorks format (AppleWorks - actually, MacLinkPlus - chokes on conversion). Unfortunately all OncClickConvert can do is crash on me. Of course, every time it does this, I have to relaunch it and wait for the stupid demo delay, which is especially annoying because the app is ALREADY otherwise hobbled in demo mode. I want to like this thing. I want to pay for it. But so far it has made a very bad impression.
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Version 1.0
Arthur Brooks
04 September 2003
Actually, this application/utility saved several colleagues the headache with the easy-to-use Appleworks and "rest of the world users" of Word stay with Appleworks. $40 is fair for a niche product that does what it states and more. the file attachment automation is also a plus. The last reviewer must never had written code, put up a website, and tested other products to justify the cost and overhead involved in writing a good application. Easier to judge than be judged.
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Version 1.0
Foulger
04 September 2003
Once again, a shareware producer has come up with a useful product and has killed it before its off the ground, with the price.The maxim"Halve the price, triple the profits" still stands. At $30 I won't be buying it. At $10 after trying it thoroughly, I would.
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Version 1.0