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Ryan Baker
Ryan Baker

Microsoft Works 9 64 Bit



Thanks so much for the replies, fireberd and natakuc4. I located the post that I mentioned re: no code required for MS Works. It was on the microsoft site, and the following reply was from somone who is identified as a "support engineer." The reply was as follows:




microsoft works 9 64 bit



What systems are primarily at risk from the vulnerability?Systems where an affected version of Microsoft Office PowerPoint is used, such as workstations and terminal servers, are primarily at risk. Servers could be at more risk if administrators allow users to log on to servers and to run programs. However, best practices strongly discourage allowing this.


I am a dummy with this type of thing. I need to convert an old works spreadsheet to Excel so I can move it to a new computer that does not have works. This spreadsheet has lots of formulas. There is a LibreOffice program on the computer but most of the ladies at the church that uses the office computer likes Microsoft Excel/Word. Our problem is that we do not have internet yet. We are a very small church and have not had a need for internet. Can you walk me thru the steps. I do not know anything about LibreOffice. I am willing to try to convert because I know it will be hard to redo all the formulas. If you can will you email me the steps to my computer at home. Also if I will need to try the converter first can you tell me how to download it to a Memory Card. Any help you can give me will help.


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Some of the program aliases include "Microsoft Works 2000", "Microsoft Works 8". The most popular versions among Microsoft Works users are 9.7, 8.5 and 8.4. The program's installer is commonly called wkscal.exe, wksss.exe, wkssb.exe, msworks.exe or wksdb.exe etc.


in the 32-bit version of PowerShell.exe, under C:\Windows\SysWOW64\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe it works fine. But when I try to do the same in the 64-bit version here: C:\Windows\system32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe I get the following error:


You got it backwards. The snapin is a 32-bit snapin. It works fine under PowerShell (x86) ie 32-bit but doesn't work under PowerShell (x64). Note: even though the folder is called SysWOW64 it isn't 64-bit. Under 64-bit Windows the native 64-bit binaries go in $env:SystemRoot\System32. The 32-bit binaries that run under Windows-on-Windows64 layer (ie they thunk from a 32-bit process and pointers to 64-bit OS calls) go in $env:SystemRoot\SysWOW64.


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