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TGA files and macs

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I scanned a bunch of images at school on a powermac as TGA and now I'm at home on my Powermac and the files will not open.  I need to have these files in TGA format to be made into slides at Imagers in Atlanta. Please tell me I don't have to rescan everything.  I'm using Photoshop 4 and so is my school.
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youve tried dragging and dropping the files on top of the photoshop icon?

do the file icons have the photoshop icon or are they a plain white document? If so change the type/creator of the files to that of another photoshop document.

You shouldnt have to rescan the docs as all the info is there.
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