ok, I have these old documents that were created with some older version of appleworks several years ago. I'm not sure exactly what version. When I created them, I encrypted them - each one had a little icon of a key in the lower left. Since that time, I've switched computers, and moved to OS X. I now cannot open these documents. The key icon still appears on each of them, but they aren't really locked - when I go to open one, it doesn't ask for a password, just what application I want to use. The funny thing is that they still appear as appleworks documents on the desktop, and appleworks is the default app for them, but when I try to open them with appleworks, I get the message "That file could not be converted to and AppleWorks document." They won't open at all in Appleworks. In Word and textedit, they open, but as gibberish, meaningless symbols. I'm at a loss. The only thing I can think of is opening them on a computer with a much older appleworks program. What do you all think?