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In using Eudora light(ver.1.54) with my Performa, I am unable to open files (i.e. "PIC13572PCX") from the Attachment Folder, nor can I open graphics.  What do I need to open such files?
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kingrea earned 50 total points
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try graphicconvertor, which can be found at www.shareware.com...$40 shareware that can read nearly 100 different graphic file formats. pcx, btw, is a bitmap (largely ms-dos) format commonly used for fax transmittal. graphicconvertor should have no trouble reading this
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Being new to your program, I appreciate the quick response from kingrea.  I probably will have questions regarding graphicconverter, but that will have to wait.  Thanks again.
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