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    .ezd or .alm file extension

    I am trying to find a viewer for these image files (or a program that can convertor the images to CAD, BMP or JPG.

    Can anyone help?

    Thanks,
    Doc

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    Thanks, I had found these links too, but unable to find software at each site that could infact open these files.

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    Hi DocInChina,

    these file types are used by the laser marking software EzCAD of this company:

    http://www.bjjcz.com/

    you can download a demo version that is able load the files but not save. You could make a bmp from a screenshot. Otherwise you need to purchase a license.

    Regards
    reteP

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    FileCure takes the guess work out of opening files


    File extensions can give you a hint about which software to utilize, but they often can be missing, hidden or associated with the wrong program. With FileCure, you don't have to worry. It scans your files and lets you know what type they are and which software opens them. If FileCure does not detect the required software on your machine, it helps you download the program you need.

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