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Apple is reportedly developing a Web site to help promote its upcoming Automator workflow application. The new Web site is expected to be ready for operation in early , about the same time the company plans to launch its next-generation Mac OS X Tiger operating system, which features the new Automator application. Workflows can accomplish tasks ranging from filtering and renaming a batch of images to creating customized Mac OS X Finder actions. Work on the initial release of Automator continues this month, as Apple refines the application and finalize its user interface. With the most recent builds of the application, the company has removed all script actions associated with its AppleWorks office suite, but provided no explanation. Automator 1.

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There is one remaining, however: I have many old AppleWorks documents, some created using AppleWorks 6, some in older versions. Apple officially states you can open AW 6 files with Pages, that may be true and good although formatting is not always entirely alright.

Documents from older AW versions are entirely unsupported. I did create a 'GUI recording' with Automator already, so it can do 5 automatically, but it is slow. Any other ideas? I googled and I found various forums entries, most dating back a few years; but I have this problem now I would like to keep all these documents, and I don't really need them writable, readable would be enough.

Conversion to Word would be okay, but I found no way to batch convert many or even 5 or 10 which would be good for the start , and I sometimes found the formatting not entirely correct. I already thought about converting all older version documents using MacLink to AW 6 or something else, but apparently, MacLink is no longer available, too.

I seem to be a bit out-of-date, gosh Thanks for any help! I just went through a similar ordeal a few months back. I have hundreds of docs from ''98 that I created using ancient versions of AppleWorks and MS Works, neither of which can be read by any modern software package. I had to go the emulation wrote -- installing sheepshaver, OS9, and an abandonware version of maclink plus. Setting up all of that took a while, but once it was running, the actual conversion process worked pretty quickly.

Maclink Plus was a pretty great piece of software for batch conversions. Now I have PDF versions of all of those files, which presumably will still be readable in the coming decades. I initially tried installing the abandonware versions of AppleWorks, MS Works and Office, but I couldn't even get those properly installed and running under sheepshaver for some reason.

Thanks for the quick reply. I tried this immediately. It works ok, but I'm not sure if I understand everything. I cannot convert to PDF directly. Did you use something in between, and how did you get everything to PDF then? So I came across this thread. I have about a ClarisWorks and AppleWorks documents, mostly word processing, some spreadsheets.

My aims are three-fold: 1. Convert to some format to be able to do a Spotlight search for text within the file, 2. Future proof for readability. Batch convert these, rather than manually. Would making these a pdf meet the Spotlight search criteria? If so, did you find the way to do a batch convert to pdf? Thanks in advance. Similar questions have been asked on Apple's support forum over the years. Batch conversion is one of its main strengths.

The only question is, can it read the document format as input. Tominator wrote: I initially tried installing the abandonware versions of AppleWorks, MS Works and Office, but I couldn't even get those properly installed and running under sheepshaver for some reason. I used it a lot in the Obviously it's been long discontinued but you might be able to find a copy around somewhere. I'd say I'd try and track down my copy on an old G5 but I'm just too swamped this month.

Conversion of AppleWorks documents e. Tominator wrote:. Posted: Sun Jul 29, pm. Posted: Sun Mar 27, pm. Posted: Tue Mar 29, am. Posted: Tue Mar 29, pm.

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There is one remaining, however: I have many old AppleWorks documents, some created using AppleWorks 6, some in older versions. Apple officially states you can open AW 6 files with Pages, that may be true and good although formatting is not always entirely alright. Documents from older AW versions are entirely unsupported. I did create a 'GUI recording' with Automator already, so it can do 5 automatically, but it is slow. Any other ideas? I googled and I found various forums entries, most dating back a few years; but I have this problem now

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Conversion of AppleWorks documents (e.g. to PDF)?

By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. Stack Overflow for Teams is a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information. My employed needs them all updated to PDF. By opening the documents in Appleworks and using the system print dialogue, I can save them to PDF—this is ideal. Using a Python script I was able to gather all the Appleworks files from my bosses computer and put them in a directory; each file is then in a subdirectory with a.

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