Re: HELP! Have MacDraw II graphic - Need PC tif, etc.

Subject: Re: HELP! Have MacDraw II graphic - Need PC tif, etc.
From: AlQuin <cbon -at- WXS -dot- NL>
Date: Wed, 24 Feb 1999 23:19:17 +0100

On 24-02-1999 22:30 Jacque Foreman wrote:

>Does any of you have or still use MacDraw II. I have a client who has
>been given a disc with a graphic on it that was created in MacDraw II. We
>need to end up with a tif or JPG or PCX that is PC based.
>
>It is possible that a very old version of PhotoShop or Illustrator may be
>able to open the file.
>
>My preference is someone who is in the Pasadena, California area, but
>will fedex disc elsewhere if I must and my client OKs it.
>
>Hope someone can help.
>
I still have MacDraw II for these occasions...


But try somebody employing a copy of Clarisworks (5.0 / on a Mac). This
program still has XTND filters to translate the file into BMP, GIF, JPEG
or PICT.
These formats may be retranslated into the formats you want by
Illustrator or CorelDraw.

Another option is to ask your client to re-export the file in PICT-format
(if MacWrite is still available to him/her... :) )

Regards,
Kees de Bondt


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