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PCX is PC Paintbrush, and BMP is Windows bitmap, so those are less likely to
work for you. TIFF will work. PICT is a Mac format.
sean -at- quodata -dot- com
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> From: marianne -dot- patten -at- abnamro -dot- com [SMTP:marianne -dot- patten -at- abnamro -dot- com]
> am trying to send a document that contains a pcx.graphic to an end user
> who has a Mac computer. What is the best graphic format to capture a
> picture in so a Mac user can see it?
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