Word file

Word file

A Microsoft Word document. See DOC file.
Copyright © 1981-2019 by The Computer Language Company Inc. All Rights reserved. THIS DEFINITION IS FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. All other reproduction is strictly prohibited without permission from the publisher.
References in periodicals archive ?
When a user opens a Word file with the video and hit the play button, the cryptominer goes to work, using the victim's machine to mine for cryptocurrency.
The phishing email comes with a Microsoft Word document that, once opened, instructs the user in Korean to "enable content," which allows Word to run macros, or repeated tasks, and which is a common red flag that a Word file is malicious.
Beginning in January 2012, the author(s) must electronically submit a manuscript as a Microsoft Word file (.doc) to:
Now loan processors simply take a PDF, use ABBYY FineReader to turn it into a Word file and then use the LOS solution to automatically populate a form with the client's details.
Then email your blinded proposal as a Word file attachment to Laurie Hansen at lahansen@fullerton.edu
For instance, a word file named doc.docx will become doc.docx.wncry.
I now save every documents as a normal Word file. Rather paranoid of me, I must admit but, hey, you can never be too sure.
Interested authors should submit abstracts of articles and posters directly to the Congress Secretariat at paintistanbul@bosad.org.tr in a Word file attachment by Monday, October 19.
Tap the last icon, three vertical dots, to find and/or replace content within the file; to see the details of when it was created and last modified; to share the file by email or to send a Word doc or PDF version; to print the document; to save it as a Word file or copy it; to get help with the app; or to submit feedback on the file.
The other day, I was surfing the net when I saw my supervisor entering the room, I immediately switched to the word file I had been working on.
Think of it this way, you finished a Word document in your tablet--you then leave your tablet at home--that same Word file can then be opened in your smartphone while you're at the office--all you need to do is register an account using either Dropbox or Evernote.