The information stored in these files is often used for data entry or input in a program. Some of the most common uses for WPS files include data entry, file backup, file conversion and data retrieval. · One WPS file contains multiple documents. The WPS software can easily open them individually, or they can be opened in grouped order.· [This item was removed from the Windows 7 download page on December 1, 2015, because the file can't be found on the online download site.] · When using One-Click, the file can contain one or more documents.· The following functions will open it. · When a document name is included, the Word document opens and closes automatically with the files. · Word can read the contents, but it can't add to them. · Word reads the contents and creates a .WPS file. (Word does not add a suffix.) How to edit and print WPS files · When editing, the following keys can be used to work with files. · Open an existing file in Word · In the Windows Vista or Windows 7 operating system, from the File menu, select Open. In Word, choose Open from the Quick Access Items. · In a non-Word 2024 and Word 2024 computer, from the Open Menu, choose Open, and then from the Quick Access Items, choose Next. To create a .WPS file from the file, select Browse. How to open a WPM file with Microsoft Word 2024 or later and open it · Click Open in Word, and then click in the folder where you want to save the document. · Click the Save button. When editing the document or printing, Microsoft Word can automatically format the file and then print it. · In the Word 2003 or newer operating system, from the File Menu, select Open, and choose Save. In the Print menu, choose Preview. To create a .WPM file from the file or edit it, Choose Open from the Quick Access Items or from the Print menu, and choose Save. Click the Print menu and choose Preview.