Aug 24, 2020 A file that has been earlier saved in the XLSX file extension is a zip-compressed and XML type of spreadsheet file. This type of file format is widely saved using Microsoft Excel software, especially from the version that got released in the year 2007 till now. Jul 16, 2014 Andrei, you can open the.pages file in Word after you change the extension to.zip and extract the contents. The.pages file is simply a container. If your version of Microsoft Office is having difficulty with the.pages extract, you can also use the iCloud.com website web version of Pages app to export as a.doc or.docx file instead.
|Manage||WinZip Standard||WinZip Pro||Windows Compressed Folders|
|Access all your files from your PC, network, Windows HomeGroup and supported cloud services via the Places list||Limited|
|NEW! Quickly access your frequently used local, network, and cloud folders in Frequent Folders||Requires special drivers for cloud|
|NEW! Create folders on your PC, network or cloud service from WinZip||Requires special drivers for cloud|
|NEW! Securely delete files and folders with the new Wipe feature|
|NEW! Restore accidentally deleted, copied, moved or renamed files|
|NEW! Open a file from the cloud in the correct application, or in an alternate application|
|NEW! Open and edit a file in the default application or an alternate one|
|NEW! View property info for files and folders|
|NEW! Map a folder or network location to a drive||Limited|
|NEW! Copy, move, delete and multi-file rename files||No multi-file rename|
|NEW! Copy a path to the clipboard|
|NEW! Copy a cloud link to the clipboard|
|NEW! View thumbnail previews of a selected file, whether it is in your zip, on your PC, network or cloud service (if the cloud service supports thumbnails)||Local or network only|
|NEW! Preview the contents of images and documents, rotate and resize images, save an image as a background and share previewed files by email, IM or social media|
|Includes WinZip Express for Explorer, Office and Photos built-in, and WinZip Express for Outlook as a free download|
|Maximize display space on devices with auto-hide scroll bars that disappear when not needed|
|Place a file in a zip without leaving a copy on your system with the Move option|
|Easily browse and find files in your zip with new Thumbnails|
|Customize WinZip more easily with redesigned configurable settings|
|Browse all your local, network and cloud files more easily in the Files Pane|
|See the right tools for the task with the dynamic, slide-in Actions pane, which changes to display different features depending on your choices|
|Easily change the interface to Manage mode when you want to quickly access file management features, and see details like file type, size and date|
|Use WinZip on any touch-enabled device or computer|
|Use WinZip on new 2-in-1 computers. The display automatically adjusts when you switch between tablet and laptop modes|
|Rotate, Resize and View full-size images directly from within a Zip file|
|Temporarily extract Zip files using the 'Unzip and Try' feature and delete any files you do not need|
|Extract to selectable folder location or current folder location|
|Zip only the files you want using Include and Exclude filters|
|Use WinZip's Explorer View to display image thumbnails for easy browsing|
With macOS, you can move all the information from your old PC to your new Mac. Built-in Windows-to-Mac migration in macOS automatically transfers your documents, music, contacts, calendars, and email accounts (Outlook and Windows Live Mail), and puts them in the appropriate folders and applications on your new Mac. Just like that.
If you buy your Mac at an Apple Store, Personal Setup can help you get off to a great start.
Every Mac comes with Pages, Numbers, and Keynote — powerful productivity apps from Apple that help you create stunning documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. You can collaborate with one person or many people to create and edit Pages, Keynote, and Numbers files. And everyone can work on the same document at the same time — from across town or across the globe. You can also open, edit, and save Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files with these apps, so you can easily work with others, regardless of whether they’re on a Mac or PC.
Fun fact: There’s a version of Microsoft Office written just for Mac. So you can use Word, Excel, and PowerPoint on a Mac just like on a PC.
macOS also provides built-in support for the latest version of Microsoft Exchange Server. So you can use all the apps you love on your Mac, and have access to your mail, contacts, and calendar from the office, all at the same time.
Your Mac comes with iCloud Drive, which lets you safely store all your presentations, spreadsheets, PDFs, images, and any other kinds of files in iCloud. Then you can access them from any device, including your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or PC.1
Thanks to its support for industry standards, macOS works with virtually all email providers and websites. It also lets you view the most common file types, including Office documents, PDFs, images, text files, MP3s, videos, ZIP files, and more.
So if you’re moving files from a PC or if your friends and colleagues send you files, you can rest assured they’ll work beautifully on your Mac.
Almost any device that connects to a computer via USB, audio cable, or Bluetooth will work with a Mac. That includes digital cameras, external hard drives, printers, keyboards, speakers, and even your right-click mouse. And with technologies like AirPrint and the array of class drivers included with macOS, you can start using these devices as soon as you plug them in — no need to manually download additional software.
Have a Windows application you need to use once in a while? No problem. Every new Mac lets you install and run Windows at native speeds, using a built-in utility called Boot Camp.
Setup is simple and safe for your Mac files. After you’ve completed the installation, you can boot up your Mac using either macOS or Windows. (That’s why it’s called Boot Camp.) Or if you want to run Windows and Mac applications at the same time — without rebooting — you can install Windows using VMware or Parallels software.2
The Finder not only lets you browse files on your Mac, it also makes it easy to find files on other computers — both Mac and PC — on your home network. Computers that allow file sharing automatically show up in the Shared section of the Finder sidebar, allowing you to browse files and folders you have permission to view.