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In Windows 10, after updating the WORD files have become XML


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Peace.

Today my computer was automatically updated, with a long update of 10.

Now I find that all the Word files have become XML Office, and with a double click they open not in Word, but in Writer.

what can we do ?

Thanks.

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Turn on the rose and check that the product has been activated.

If so - select a Word file and with the right mouse select the "Open using" menu and select the Word software and mark the square that indicates that it will always open with the software.

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