BTW, for those that don't have MasterCook but would still like to view and save the recipes, there is a utility that you can use...
This recipe file browser is a free utility designed to allow users who do not have MasterCook to conveniently view its exported files (.MXP and .MX2). It is not intended to be a substitute for MasterCook.
The program, written by Ryan Walberg, and called MXP View, makes it easy to see what recipes are in a MasterCook export file. It can sort them alphabetically or by category.
It can also be used to print out individual recipes, but because it was written primarily for MXP files, it leaves a lot of coding at the end of each recipe from MX2 files. Mad's Recipe Emporium recommends that you cut and paste the portion of the recipe that you wish to print into your word processor thus eliminating all of the unnecessary trailing coding and then printing it out from there.
Of course, there is just no substitute for the real thing. MasterCook can print out in an infinite number of styles which can be completely tailored by you and is limited only by your imagination.
Bruce, what's the name of that file program you found for filing your recipes?