Panergy has released
DocXConverter, software that enables Macs to open and use files created using Microsoft Word 2007’s new docx format. It costs $19.95.
DocXConverter works by changing the docx file to Rich Text Format (RTF), which can be read by many different software applications, including the current version of Microsoft Word for Mac. Information such as paragraphs, margins, alignment, line spacing, list styles, table styles, font name, size, style and color are all retained.
The current version of DocXConverter supports only Roman-based character sets; Panergy said it’s working on support for non-roman languages in the next version.
DocXConverter requires Mac OS X v10.2 or later and an application that can read Rich Text Format.