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SIG File Format

PrintMaster graphics file

SIG is an image file format created by Broderbund. SIG files hold images used for signs or posters in a proprietary format.SIG files can be opened and edited by Broderbund graphics software, such as PrintShop and Print Master. SIG files cannot be opened on non-Broderbund software, but can be converted to .JPEG form using an image converter.

MIME: application/printshop, application/printmaster

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This was last updated in July 2010
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I did not do anything to get this extension on my files. My computer mades changes and now I cannot open any files that used to be microsoft word? What do I do to put them back the way they were?
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Why can't I use Print Master program on Windows 7. Most of my pictures are on sig files?
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I have PrintMaster Platinum 17 and I was trying to change a single file to a PDF, and when I did it changed every single file in my printMaster folder to Note Pad, How do I put it back? Its no longer a .sig file
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