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When translating my CD1 (Conventional Data) file into the HP 95LX Phon

When translating my CD1 (Conventional Data) file into the HP 95LX Phone Book format, I get 99% complete and then the Translation utility stops and displays the message "INVALID FILE FORMAT". What's wrong?

Some programs attach an End-of-File marker when they produce an output file. To fix this, start the Memo application and open the CD1 file. Page down to the end of the file. There you should find some special characters after the last record. These characters will look like one or more horizontal arrows, (Control Z). Use the DEL key to remove these characters. Save the file. Run the corrected file back into the translate utility. With these EOF markers gone, the translation should complete successfully.

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