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Is there a PC equivalent of the Mac Apple File Exchange?. I need to translate Mac files to PC, but don't have ready access to a Mac.
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Question by:deejdee
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by:deejdee
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by:LOBO
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Do you have access to a MAC, if you do MacLinkPlus  can convert most MAC files to PC format.

What type of files would you like to convert.
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by:LOBO
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Sorry this was supposed to be a comment and I only noticed afterwards that you don't have access to a MAC, Sorry.
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by:rickyr
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Hi..
If you want a free solution use MacSee, you can get it at....
http://homeclub.com/pool1.html 
It will let your PC read and write Mac media, however when you get
your files to a Mac you may have to do someithing with it's
type & creator (or just point it to the correct application
and point it to the correct app on the PC).
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"Here&Now" by "Software Architects, Inc."...
http://macworld.zdnet.com/pages/october.95/NewProducts.1492.html
This will take care of the translation, so that on your PC,
Photoshop docs will look as they should, and on the mac they
will look like they should.
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Lots of other Softwares for doin the same thing....
http://www.idg.net/idg_frames/english/content.cgi?vc=docid_9-57273.html
regards
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rickyr earned 80 total points
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Hi...
is my previous comment worthy of answer status????????
regards
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