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WMF File Format

Metafile (Microsoft Windows)

WMF is a file extension for a graphics file used with Microsoft Windows. WMF stands for Windows MetaFile. WMF files can contain both vector and bitmap image information.

WMF files were 16-bit when initially included with Windows 3.0. WMF files can be opened by Microsoft Word, PowerPoint or Publisher.

MIME type : image/x-wmf

 

Learn more about .WMF files:
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See answers to WMF-related questions at ITKnowledgeExchange.com.

This was last updated in July 2010
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What are the number of points captured by a DS1000E/D and replayed on a DG1022? App Note Video Related Products
The attached FAQ describes how waveform files (WFM file extensions) are mapped to the DG1022 arbitrary waveform mode.   DG1000
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Two applications have been verified - Adobe Illustrator and Logo Design Studio Pro, so the assumption is that any vector-based software should be able to open a WMF file.
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