Claris Resolve Spreadsheet

Discussion in 'Apps' started by Mike, Mar 15, 2006.

  1. Mike

    Mike Guest

    I am searching for Claris Resolve spreadsheet program. I owned it for
    years and accidently lost it. I have many documents I cannot open.
    Anyone know how to obtain a copy of Claris Resolve?

    Please let me know.

    Thanks, Mike
     
    Mike, Mar 15, 2006
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  2. Hei...

    Mike Rosenberg wrote:
    >sbt <> wrote:
    >>No, ClarisWorks and AppleWorks won't open Resolve worksheets.

    >
    > Yeah, I discovered that via a Google Groups search, which I wish I had
    > done _before_ I posted.


    Well, many, many years now since I've tried Resolve, but if I'm not all
    too wrong the ClarisWorks Office 5.0v3 can convert Resolve files in one
    or two ways... - Doublecliscking a Resolve file will not do it...

    But try one of these instead.
    1- Drag each file onto the ClarisWorks Office 5 icon. - or -
    2- Import the file via either the CWKSOffice 'import' or 'Open file'

    Alternative MarinerCalc 5.x for either OS 9 or X can do the trick, since
    MC is still Claris XTND compatible, but this requires that Mike still
    has the original XTND translator in his 'Claris' -> 'Claris translators'
    in the OS 9.x system folder folder.

    A demo of MarinerCalc 5.x can be found here:
    http://www.marinersoftware.com/sitepage.php?page=14

    > I wonder if any version of MacLinkPlus will
    > convert them...


    Yes, 'MacLinkPlus 8.0i' with 'MacLinkPro 8.0i' translators or the
    'MacLink PC Exchange 8.0' can do it. - I have these old packages and
    they are capable of even the old RagTime 1-2-3 and Lotus spreadsheets.

    Hm... btw., I even think that FilemakerPro 2.x or 3.0 is able to import
    Resolve files...

    Cheers, Erik Richard

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    Erik Richard Sørensen, Mar 15, 2006
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  3. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Thanks to all you guys for resonding to my Claris Resolve problem.

    Mike <> wrote:
    > I am searching for Claris Resolve spreadsheet... I have many Resolve docs I can't open. Anyone know how to obtain a copy of Claris Resolve?


    sbt <> wrote:
    > No, ClarisWorks and AppleWorks won't open Resolve worksheets.


    Rosenberg <> wrote
    I wonder if any version of MacLinkPlus will convert them...

    Thanks for the tip. I have the latest MacLinkPlus Deluxe v15 and no, it
    will not convert Resolve. It will convert everything but Resolve.

    sbt <> wrote:
    > No, ClarisWorks and AppleWorks won't open Resolve worksheets.


    I've tried but
    I can't find Resolve on eBay
    I can't find ClarisWorks Office 5.0v3 either

    I've tried converting with these:
    Mariner Calc v5.5.0 - No
    icExcel - No
    icWord 4 - No

    So far I'm out. Can't open Resolve spreadsheets. Resolve is dead. I'm
    glad at least you guys have heard of it. Google searches have not
    gotten anywhere on Claris Resolve. If anyone ever finds an old Resolve
    copy anywhere, let me know.

    Thanks,
    Mike
     
    Mike, Mar 16, 2006
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  4. Mike wrote:
    > I am searching for Claris Resolve spreadsheet program. I owned it for
    > years and accidently lost it. I have many documents I cannot open.
    > Anyone know how to obtain a copy of Claris Resolve?
    >
    > Please let me know.


    Well, I used Resolve just last week to calculate my wife's corporate tax
    return... :)

    One of the *very* few programs that I find it worth firing up Classic for.
    I could convert my 1120S spreadsheet to Excel, but it never seems to be worth
    the bother... And I still like Resolve's (and Wingz's) scripting language
    better.

    Contact me via email, Mike.
     
    James Glidewell, Mar 16, 2006
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  5. Hei Mike

    Mike wrote:
    > So far I'm out. Can't open Resolve spreadsheets. Resolve is dead.


    You shouldn't by the way have an old copy of WordPerfect Works 2.1? -
    WPfctWorks won't run on Os 9.x, but it still runs on a Os 8.x, - Maybe
    this oldie will be able to open Resolve files... It's about same 'age'
    as Resolve.:))

    > I'm glad at least you guys have heard of it. Google searches have not
    > gotten anywhere on Claris Resolve.


    Of course we have.:) Google isn't that all-knowing - yet.:)

    > If anyone ever finds an old Resolve
    > copy anywhere, let me know.


    Sure, I'll take a look on my CD database and see, if it should happen to
    hide there somewhere.

    Cheers, Erik Richard

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    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    KMLDenmark by Erik Richard Sørensen, Member of ADC
    <kmldenmark_NOSP@M_stofanet.dk>
    *Music Recording, Editing & Publishing - Also Smaller Quantities
    *Software - For Theological Education - And For Physically Impaired
    *Nisus - The Future in Text & Mail Processing <http://www.nisus.com>
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
     
    Erik Richard Sørensen, Mar 19, 2006
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