|A .wps file is usually a Microsoft Works Word Processor file.|
Found on the web:
"For people with Macintosh computers, there are three primary programs that once used the WPS file extension regularly. These programs are Microsoft Works, Planamesa NeoOffice (version 2.2 or later) and they can be converted using DataViz MacLinkPlus."
"If you have Microsoft Word on your computer, you can use it to open WPS files using the following set of simple directions:
1. Use your mouse to right click on the file. When you do so, a small menu appears.
2. Select the option to open the file. Use the one that is labeled “open with.”
3. Select the option that is similarly labeled as any of the following: “Select the program from a list” or “Choose program.”
4. Look through the list of options. Select “Microsoft Word” from the list to open your WPS file.
5. As your Microsoft Word program opens, you should be presented with a dialog box asking you if you would like to convert your WPS file from its current Microsoft Works format. Select “OK” so that Microsoft Word will continue with the opening of the file
If all you don’t get this option when you attempt to open the file, try right clicking on the file and accessing it through the error message where it tells you to either select the proper application or browse the web."
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