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From: Phil Duby <closet.skeletons@...>
Date: Wednesday, May 26, 2010 12:48 pm
Subject: Re: .max file extension
> Need a little more detail about what program created the
> file. At
> I found 8 different possible .max file, each of which could need a
> different program. Since you are on a genealogy list here,
> I expect
> it is one of the [scanned] image formats, or the word processing
> document. Assuming it is a image, then from
> MaxView for unix has a good chance of opening it. If you
> run ubuntu.
> I also found
> which says it should be able convert .max files to other
> formats. The
> notes say it does NOT run on Windows XP, so you you have Vista, it
> should be good.
> Assuming that is an image file, you can try searching for "image file
> conversion .max" for more options. That is where if found
> one I
> linked to above.
> On Wed, May 26, 2010 at 9:43 AM, Carol Lylyk
> <clylyk@...> wrote:
> > I have just received a file from a relative in England that
> has an extension
> > .max and am unable to open it. I was wondering if anyone out
> there has any
> > suggestions.
> > I Googled .max file extension and came up with quite a few
> sites but all
> > seem to be either something you have to purchase/register for
> or want to
> > scan my computer for missing .dll files.
> > Carol Lylyk