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Im using an old MSOFFICE97 and it uses .cag files
for its clipart...and in my other comp uses MSOFFICE 2k
with *.mmc files <counterpart> I transferred the clipart folders hoping that the old clipart would acknowledge these files...but to no avail <wmf> I was wondering if I could succesfully transfer or alter mmc files to cag files...

Thank you in advance :)
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So you want to use the Office 2000 clipart in Office 97?  I do not think this is possible.  I think that you can use O97 clipart in Office 2000.  Open a document and then Insert/Picture/Clip Art, then click the "Import Clips" button at the top of the page, then browse to your .CAG files from the other PC.

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Thanks for the C grade for a perfectly correct answer!

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