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Sep
30
comment How to make right-to-left footnotes in Microsoft Word
Thank you, this worked. But when you wrote to choose "Endnote Separator," I think you meant "Footnote Separator" — that's the one that worked for me, and I didn't see a button that said "Endnote Separator" (maybe because I didn't have any endnotes)
Jul
27
comment How can I open a .alx or .cod or .prc or .sis file on a computer?
However, it's also been extended into an e-book format, so you could try opening it in an e-book reader like Calibre if you suspect that's what it contains. I tried with Calibre; it didn't work. Since Symbian is partly open-source, you might be able to find better docs for this format. Could you give an example of a type of doc?
Jul
25
comment How can I open a .alx or .cod or .prc or .sis file on a computer?
@tumchaaditya "SIS package is not supported."
Jul
25
comment How can I open a .alx or .cod or .prc or .sis file on a computer?
The other file (.alx) never seemed to work as the .cod one (it always appeared to be a title rather than the text; the whole thing was so short that you couldn't scroll down). Maybe it makes a difference that the file is in a foreign language
Jul
25
comment How can I open a .alx or .cod or .prc or .sis file on a computer?
I changed the picture in the question to show you how it looks. As you can see, it is not readable (except lines 3-5)
Jul
25
comment How can I open a .alx or .cod or .prc or .sis file on a computer?
What do I do with it? I was expecting text
Jul
25
comment How can I open a .alx or .cod or .prc or .sis file on a computer?
I did what it said, but it didn't seem to work (see pictures I edited into the question)
Jul
25
comment How can I open a .alx or .cod or .prc or .sis file on a computer?
The Hexeditor plugin is a .dll file, and I don't know how to open it.