Convert MSG to DOC
You have the option to convert your msg file to doc, as well as a variety of other formats, using our free online converter.
Converting your msg file to doc is easy with these steps.
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Converting msg to doc
Outlook Mail Message
🔵 Microsoft Outlook (Windows)
🔵 File Viewer Plus (Windows)
🔵 Encryptomatic MsgViewer Pro (Windows)
🔵 BitDaddys Email Open View Pro (Windows)
🔵 EZ Freeware Free Opener (Windows)
🔵 Mozilla SeaMonkey (Windows, Mac OS, Linux)
🔵 eM Client (Windows, Mac OS)
🔵 Kupon.BG Klammer (Mac OS)
🔵 45RPM MailRaider Pro (Mac OS)
🔵 Kupon.BG Klammer 3 (iOS)
🔵 File Viewer for Android (Android)
|Main program||🔵 Microsoft Outlook|
|Description||🔵 MSG file extension is a product of Microsoft for messaging in Outlook mail. It was developed for the management of emails communication for Microsoft users. A MSG file is created every time a message is written using Outlook. It has information that is of importance from the message sent through email and details about the message. Programs that open such files are usually compatible with the Microsoft Messaging Application Programming Interface.|
|Technical details||🔵 MSG file is a complex text file but contains all the information and cannot be viewed using Note pad or other word processing programs. A binary format is used in the creation of the message and compatibility with programs depends on whether it has a MAPI system. This unique file format makes it impossible to import to other email services. The creation of this file format is automatic upon execution of a function, for example saving a message.|
Microsoft Word Document
🔵 Microsoft Word
🔵 OpenOffice.org Writer
🔵 IBM Lotus Symphony
🔵 Apple Pages
|Main program||🔵 Microsoft Word|
DOC file extension is a binary file format native to Microsoft’s word processing application. It is basically a word processing document format that supports plain text, hyperlinks, alignments, images and more.
DOC was once Microsoft’s most popular word processing document format. However, its popularity has faded following the introduction of DOCX. Nonetheless, you can still use DOC to create, edit and save document files. DOC is also widely used in a variety of platforms. The coding and framework emphasizes on font, size, shape and color of the text.
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How to create and how to open an DOC file
Creating a DOC file requires a Microsoft application like Word. Simply launch the application, select “File” then “New” then “Blank Document” or create using a template. You can also create a DOC file on Google Documents. Many platforms support DOC files, so all you need to do is create a text file and save it or download it as a DOC file.
There are many ways to open a DOC file. It is supported by many platforms and programs, starting with Microsoft’s suite of applications like Word and WordPad. You can also open DOC files online using Microsoft OneDrive or use any other program that supports the extension. LibreOffice, WPS Office and OpenOffice writers all support DOC files, so you can use them to create, save and open files with the DOC extension.
Which other formats DOC can be converted into and why
You can convert DOC files to many different formats, depending on the program you are using. Some of the popular file formats DOC can be converted into include:
File conversion is invaluable when working with different programs and DOC converts to various formats that allow creators and everyday users to create, save, open and edit using a wide variety of applications. For instance, converting DOC to DOCX improves data management and recovery and extends the possibilities of the former binary files. On the other hand, converting to PDF offers secure data storage and makes paper-to-digital conversions easier.
DOC files are easy to convert. You can also get your file back by converting DOCX, PDF and other documents to DOC. It all depends on what you want to achieve and the program you are using. Some programs cannot export or save DOC files, so you need to convert the document to a compatible format before using it on the application.