CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, USA — LinkTek Corporation, the world’s leading provider of data migration software solutions that automate the management and repair of file links, announces the latest release of their LinkFixer Advanced software. This new release allows users of Microsoft Office to migrate their files to Office 2013 without causing broken links during the upgrade process. (Visit https://www.LinkTek.com.)
Upgrading Office documents, with links pointing to other Office documents that are also being upgraded, can cause Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Visio links in the upgraded documents to become broken. This will result in costly disruptions to business processes and can adversely effect the integrity of files causing unexpected loss of mission-critical data. This is due to the file extensions of Office 2013 files being different than the file extensions used in some earlier versions of Office.
However, with the latest release of LinkFixer Advanced, there is a solution available to help with this looming problem. LinkFixer Advanced is the first software application that can be used to safeguard links in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Visio 97-2010 files so that when broken links occur due to Office 2013 upgrades (or other reasons) LinkFixer Advanced can be used to find and fix the broken links automatically!
LinkFixer Advanced is a patented software application that can also fix broken links totally automatically in Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Visio, PageMaker, InDesign, AutoCAD, MicroStation, PDF and HTML files when files or folders are moved or renamed. LinkFixer Advanced helps eliminate the time-consuming and tedious process of manually finding and fixing broken links such as when upgrading to newer versions of Microsoft Office.
How To Contact LinkTek
For more information about LinkFixer Advanced, please visit LinkTek’s Web site at www.LinkTek.com, call 727-442-1822 extension 1386, or e-mail linkmail@LinkTek.com.
LinkTek’s patented product, LinkFixer Advanced, automatically finds and fixes broken links in an organization’s most critical file types so that migrations and file system reorganizations can be completed quickly, accurately and without causing lost data or lost productivity due to broken file links.
Headquartered in Clearwater, Florida, LinkTek Corporation provides the world’s leading solution for the management and automatic repair of file links found in today’s most common file formats. LinkTek’s purpose is to improve the lives of computer users, IT professionals, Records & Information Managers and CIOs by providing software that automatically repairs file links and also protects them from the effects of data migrations and user errors. For more information, visit www.linktek.com.
For immediate release
For more information about LinkFixer Advanced, please visit LinkTek’s wesite at www.LinkTek.com or call LinkTek at 727-442-1822.
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