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  06-24-2014, 04:21 PM
 
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I've got a load of .art files that my current programs won't open. The support for these kind of files have dropped off over the years, so my bitmap, internet explorer, etc, won't work on them.

Does anyone have a program to recommend that can open and view them? Preferably one that's known to be safe and virus free!
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Illustrator might open these. Attach one in a RAR file, and I'll see if it does.
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I figured it out. I just used an AOL program to open the files. So, problem solved.
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