Once you're finished saving it, it needs to open in Word. Here is what you need to do: Open the .WPS file You'll want to save it in Word as a .DOCX file, not as a .DOC file. Press Ctrl+J, or hit the Enter/Return key. Open Microsoft Word Open the Document tab in Microsoft Word. Navigate to the Works tab in the ribbon. You're able to create a Works' worksheet by selecting the sheet you'd like to edit. In the left column you'll find the header bar. From there you are able to select the type of sheet you'd like to have active. From a simple worksheet we're just interested in saving worksheet options. Click File, then Save Worksheet. The Works sheet will then open in Word, save it as its own file, so the file does not overwrite the originals, and that's it. The last thing we need to set up is a Works' worksheet in Word. There are multiple ways to create or edit worksheets in Word, such as creating the worksheet by using the Edit menu. Or you can create one using the Save As menu or by right-clicking on the Worksheet in the Ribbon and then selecting Save as Worksheets. To create a Work works worksheet by using Word, open an Office file you'd like to convert (for example, the Microsoft Works 6-9 File Converter worksheet file). If you have more than one worksheet open in Word, you can choose whether to work with one or more worksheets at a time. If you have a Works' worksheet open, you must be saving it as a Worksheet. To save a Worksheet in Word, right-click on the Worksheet option in the Ribbon, choose Save as Worksheet, then select Worksheet. If you'd like to revert a worksheet, click File, then Save worksheet, then right-click on the Worksheet option in the ribbon, choose Save as Worksheet, then revert your Worksheets. How to Create A Worksheet in Word by Using a Mac First off, be sure you have a compatible computer with Office 2016, 2017, or Office Next.