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extension .cal

Discussion in 'Computers & Technology Forum' started by menageriekeeper, Aug 22, 2006.

  1. menageriekeeper

    menageriekeeper Active Member

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    Does anyone know of a conversion software, preferably shareware, that I can use to convert a "calendar" extention into a bit map.

    From what I have found out, programs like printshop use this type file extension. Well I don't have printshop and I don't really want printshop but I have two files that Chris' school sent me that I need to open. It took me a whole day to get them to send it to me, I hate to make them resend it considering they probably don't know how to convert it at the start with. :rolleyes:

    I can open bmp, tif, or jpeg and whatever else Adobe, Word or Publisher can read.

    Thank you. :)
     
  2. Don

    Don Well-Known Member
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    This was interesting.

    Here's an online calendar hosting system, that allows you to upload a calendar file (.cal extension) to be displayed over the internet (if all else fails).

    http://www.calendars.net/calup.htm

    After digging around search sites and some download sites, I was unable to find a calendar program that was free and used the .cal extension.

    I'd suggest you try opening it with Word, Excel, or Outlook, (or their equivalents) if you have those. Worst that can happen is the program will tell you it doesn't recognize the format.

    I downloaded Sunbird to try, but neither Sunbird nor Microsoft Works Calendar seem to allow import of a .cal file.

    Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
     
  3. Magnetic Poles

    Magnetic Poles New Member

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    Here are two applications that use files with the .cal extension:

    Calendar file (Windows 3.x)
    Calendar Maker Pro
     
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