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graphics file

A file that contains only graphics data. Contrast with text file and binary file.
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Microsoft applications currently support some of the key graphics file formats.
In addition, ImageStream 97's seamless integration with Microsoft applications enables users to add virtually any graphics file by simply using the familiar 'Insert Picture' command.
I would recommend a minimum of a 386 DX33 to avoid slow processing of graphics files.
To test the program, various graphics files were converted for use with various programs such as: Corel Draw 4.
This is the first major vulnerability discovered involving graphics files of a type used on millions of web sites and exchanged between millions of users thanks to the common use of digital cameras.
NET networking services to transfer CD packaging artwork and graphics files, including labels, inlays and booklets, between its international offices, creative agencies and production facilities, replacing the costly, time-intensive process of shipping content on removable media via physical couriers.
They also can distribute specific graphics files to selected ATMs for advertising and service promotion at a single ATM, or a series of ATMs--and marketing messages can be updated electronically.
Wojnowiak said the FTP Hosting service is ideal for CAD drawings, architectural blueprints, graphics files or any other large files that cannot be efficiently shared via e-mail or Web site access.
Open spreadsheets, word-processing documents, graphics files and other files can be backed up successfully, even though they're open and in use at the time the backup occurs.
The AVerEPack300 can convert all standard PowerPoint slide presentations and digital graphics files, including PowerPoint 2000, JPG, BMP, PCX and TIF into JPG formats.
It accelerates the rate of transmission of large graphics files and reduces the amount of storage space required for the files.
enables anyone with a Web browser to view, mark-up (redline), and collaborate on complex graphics files commonly found in architectural drawings, product catalogs and other engineering documents.