docXConverter
docXConverter
3.3

0.5

docXConverter free download for Mac

docXConverter

3.3
18 December 2013

Converts Word 2007 .docx files to RTF files.

Overview

docXConverter is a program for opening and using files saved in the new Word 2007 default format, docx or in the new Excel 2007 default format, xlsx. docXConverter allows you to open docx or xlsx files with a program currently installed on your computer, even if none of your programs are capable of doing so on their own. For a docx file docXConverter converts the file to an RTF file, and then instructs one of the programs on your computer to open that file. For a xlsx file docXConverter converts the file to a CSV file, and then instructs one of the programs on your computer to open that file. docXConverter makes sure that the contents, the graphics and the layout of the original docx document are kept in utmost fidelity. Use docXConverter to open docx files in a word processor not compatible with Word 2007, to import docx files to a desktop publishing or graphic program or, if you are using an email program for example, use docXConverter to open docx files in text format. Use docXConverter to open xlsx files in a spreadsheet not compatible with Excel 2007, or to import xlsx files to a database program.

docXConverter is available for $19.95. docXConverter Premium, which includes a maintenance plan of two years of updates and upgrades, is available for $29.95.

What's new in docXConverter

Version 3.3:
  • Brings support for OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion and OS X 10.9 Mavericks.

5 docXConverter Reviews

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Jleetj
15 November 2007

Most helpful

There is a free app from Microsoft for this! http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/24947/office-open-xml-file-format-converter
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Version 2.0.1
erikjmagnusson
31 October 2015
DO NOT BUY DOCXCONVERTER! I made the mistake of buying it myself, last year. I installed it, and was surprised to see that it required an Internet connection. Moreover, it required online activation and a series of hoops to jump through, just in order to use what I had already paid for, fair and square. One year later, my computer died, so I started using by spare. I tried to re-install DocXConverter on it and--guess what--it would not install. Online activation told me that I had already "exceeded the limit" by trying to install it on a second computer. Meanwhile I face lots of downtime until I get this resolved, if ever. Suppose I write to the programmer and ask him what's going on. Do you think that he will respond on the weekend? Fat chance. What if his little company goes out of business this years? Who is going to activate for me from then on? Do not make the mistake of buying this program.
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Version 3.3
Hartz
04 October 2011
There's no need to shell out 20 bucks, IMHO. Say you have the file MyDreams.docx to convert. Fire up Terminal and type: textutil -convert doc MyDreams.docx Then hit Return. That's all!
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Version 3.2
Jleetj
15 November 2007
There is a free app from Microsoft for this! http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/24947/office-open-xml-file-format-converter
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Version 2.0.1
20 bucks for a converter, for only one file type to another?? it would be easier to just ask the person that makes the docx file to save it so it is backwards compatible... or to just get virtual pc/bootcamp/etc... with word 2007 and do it yourself and also get a lot more stuff..
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Version 1.3
Holypoly
21 December 2006
This one does it for free: http://docx-converter.com/widget/
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Version 1.0
$19.95

0.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
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