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Converting images on UNIX

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Is there any way to convert a .PDD file to .GIF under
UNIX. ("www.shareware.com"  could not help).  
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Maybe a more up to date version than I have of the ImageMagick convert program can do this. Contact cristy@dupont.com for more details on ImageMagick.
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What is PDD???
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