[Clipart] [Open Clip Art Library] converting formats without uninstall/reinstall?

Greg Bulmash oneminuteinspirations at gmail.com
Fri Jan 9 04:34:37 PST 2009


Just to clear up one thing: the Windows version of the archive meant 
that the archiving method was Windows compatible.  The files are all in 
the SVG format, no matter which platform you use.

Inkscape will convert them into PNG as Jon noted.  If you need a vector 
format, it also has an EPS export function (EPS can be used by a wider 
variety of programs), but some files won't convert well.

You can also open SVG to convert into a wide array of raster and vector 
formats with Adobe Illustrator, but not all of the files will appear 

- Greg

Jon Phillips wrote:
> You can use the free drawing program http://inkscape.org to convert the
> SVG into JPEG or PNG which you can use with MSWorks...thx!
> Jon\
> On Tue, 2009-01-06 at 16:14 +0000, noreply at openclipart.org wrote:
>> I was looking in my web browser and your Open Clip Art Library site came up and I liked alot of what I saw.  The problems I have are that I am trying to use them on MSWorks and OpenOffice and I didn't know which file to download and using Windows, I assumed Win32 was the correct file to select and now I have it all in .svg and it won't work as how I intended to use it.  The file is BIG and took several hours to download, is there a way I can change it to use with WindowsXP or can you tell me which file I should install if I need to uninstall, reinstall?
>> Any answers would be appreciated,
>> Thanks.
>> Darlene
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