Works Wizard File
3.3 | 4 Votes
What is a WWD file?
Wizard that guides the user through a series of steps to create a customized Works document; may be a text document, flyer, spreadsheet, calendar, or other type of file.
In Microsoft Works 9, the wizard files are stored in the "\Setup\MSWorks\PFiles\MSWorks\1033\Wizards\" directory within the Microsoft Works 9 folder.
Programs that open or reference WWD files
WinWrap Director Script
2.0 | 1 Vote
WinWrap Basic is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that programmers can use to add BASIC functions to their programs. For example, developers can use WinWrap Basic to generate user interface elements using BASIC code. The scripts developers create in WinWrap Basic are saved as WWD files.
Basic is packaged with a script execution program named WinWrap Director. After creating a script in WinWrap Basic, developers can test the script by running it in WinWrap Director.
How to open a WWD file
You can open a WWD file with WinWrap Basic or WinWrap Director (Windows) to edit or run, respectively, the script it contains. You can also open and edit a WWD file with any text editor.