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Extract bmp-pictures from a rtf-file

Posted on 2001-06-11
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I have a rtf-file with approx 100 images, screenshots that I want to compress. Is that any program that can compress the pictures inside the rtf-file or any program that can extract the images to separate files.
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Hi.  This application may do the trick.  I've tried the functional demo before and
it worked pretty well.  You have to do a global extract of images on an entire disk with the free demo
version, but apparently the registered version lets you grab the images from a specific file.

Resource Grabber (Shareware):
http://www.inner-smile.com/dl_res.htm
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