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Plot2EMF 4.2 - User Guide and FAQ

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Notes for Windows 95 Users
Plot2EMF requires the Windows OpenGL libraries (to support opening and printing of OpenGL-enabled metafiles). If you are using the original Windows 95 (4.00.950 or 4.00.950a), you may see the message that a required DLL is missing. If this is the case, then you need to download the OpenGL libraries from Microsoft. The libraries are also available as the self-extracting archive file on the Microsoft ftp site at This contains opengl32.dll that is needed to run OpenGL programs under Windows 95. Check the README file for installation instructions. OpenGL 1.1 is bundled with Windows 95 OSR2, Windows 98 and Windows NT 4.0.

How to Associate Plot2EMF with HPGL files
It is recommended to associate Plot2EMF.EXE with HP-GL files, so that a double-click on a .PLT file will automatically start Plot2EMF.EXE. To do this,

1.Start Plot2EMF.exe

2.Select the "Preferences..." item from the "File" menu.

3.Select the file extensions to associate with Plot2EMF.

4.Press OK to save the new association.

Frequently Asked Questions - Plot2EMF

  1. What is an Enhanced MetaFile?
    A MetaFile is defined as "A collection of structures that stores a picture in a device-independent format." (From the Microsoft Win32 Software Development Kit helpfile). The Windows MetaFile format (.WMF files) was introduced with Windows 3.x, and was enhanced (.EMF files) for use with Windows 9x and Windows NT 4.x.

    Because the metafile contains a list of drawing commands, and not the drawing itself, metafiles can be scaled much easier than pictures (bitmaps).

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