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  • Re: (filename.docx) is not a valid Word document

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"] Personally have used Calibre to convert from epub to RTF, then opened RTF in Word processor, followed by save as docx (along with some editing). [/quote] I'm a big fan of Calibre and use it to manage over 900 books, but I didn't want to add any extra steps to the process. Kinda looks like that may be necessary
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jonathan Minnick on Wed, Dec 7 2011
  • Re: (filename.docx) is not a valid Word document

    I found an odd solution, but I'm not sure yet whether I have lost any important content. I opened the files in WordPad, then without changing anything, I clicked "Save". It gave me a warning that said "Saving this document will cause some content that can't be displayed in WordPad to be lost." I went ahead and saved it anyway, since I have a backup
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jonathan Minnick on Wed, Dec 7 2011
  • Re: (filename.docx) is not a valid Word document

    I will try to open it under a faux Word program. I have only opened them in WordPad previously, and that works just fine. Thank you for the tips! If anyone else has any ideas or knows of a program that could work those kinks out, I would greatly appreciate it!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jonathan Minnick on Wed, Dec 7 2011
  • (filename.docx) is not a valid Word document

    I used AVS Document Converter to convert some of my .epub files to .docx files so that I could add them to my Personal Books on Logos. So far, I am getting a "Build Failed" error and it is saying that "(filename.docx) is not a valid Word document." What can I do about that...what went wrong?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jonathan Minnick on Wed, Dec 7 2011
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