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metafile

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A device-independent graphics file created by including -FIGure=filename on the command line when running a Wisconsin Package graphics program.
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After studying Hytrol's operations, Terry Bradt, Metafile Solutions Engineer, realized that all of this information already existed in the company's AS/400 database.
UNISTAT plots can be saved in either metafile or bitmap formats and is comparable to SYSTAT in plotting speed.
In order to make its image match the product innovation, ResultsPlus from Metafile has concluded a major rebranding project of its ResultsPlus website.
Graphic formats include bitmap, TIFF, metafile, palette (the colors associated with a graphic) and Owner.
According to Skall, who is directly responsible for both the CALS IGES and Computer Graphics Metafile (CGM) compliance testing programs, the Graphics Standards Group completed work selecting a testing suite for CGM last May.
The software can save files in Rich Text format (.RTF extension) for use by most word-processing programs, such as Microsoft Wordy In addition, graphics files can be saved in Windows Metafile format (.WMF extension) for use in several Windows-based applications.
It offers a 16-bit microprocessor, enhanced VDM (Virtual Device Metafile) functions and increased software support to augment the power of the machine.
Import CGM (computer graphics metafile) and .PIC graphic files such as logos, symbols, or maps from other Lotus and non-Lotus products.
The major development in this release is support for converting EMF to WMF metafile image.
ResultsPlus from Metafile Computerized Fundraising Systems
You can import your company logo, for example, from a desktop metafile onto a virtual instrument (VI) panel by simply clicking on the file and dragging it to the panel.
Harvard Graphics was able to export a CGM Metafile, but had limitations in reading it back.