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What is File Extension WPS?

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File Format Type: WPS

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Common File Extension Variations: WPS, wps

Author: Microsoft Corporation

The WPS file extension is used to refer to data files in the Microsoft Works software suite, the precursor to the Microsoft Office suite. WPS files are a native format used to support various file types, spreadsheet, database and document data. Users can combine data from different formats in WPS files and create custom projects. WPS files can support numerical, text and image data.WPS files can Microsoft Works is supported on both Windows and Mac platforms. WPS files can be accessed and edited with the appropriate software.

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