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Converting Macdraw files to a windows format

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I have some old macdraw files I want to convert to a useable format in windows.  I have tried Conversions 6 and 4 other free graphics converters.  None of them recognize the format.  Does anyone have an answer?  I do not have access to a Mac at this time to save them in a different format.
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You'll need to get access to a current Mac (if you can get to a friend with a Mac, or a Kinko's) you can use this software

http://www.lemkesoft.de/en/graphcon.htm
http://www.lemkesoft.de/en/gcabout_formats.htm

which can import MacDraw files and export them in a number of formats, including JPG and TIFF, which are usable in Windows.
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