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2014-07-12 20:10 GMT+02:00 Kracked_P_P---webmaster <>:

The files are .sig
which might be something like Printshop or other software that was out
there in October 2005 when the files were made.  There is a cover.sig, p1 -
p13.sig, and a toc.sig file names.

Right now I have them on my Linux desktop, but will need some conversion
or viewer for Ubuntu/Mint or Windows 7.

Any ideas?

​You might have a hard time to get something out of them...
According to this (, it
might be Printshop files, but ​there doesn't seem to exist much other
software that can open them. Even (paying) recent version of these software
are not guaranteed to be compatible with older formats (according to

​You can always try to feed them in imagemagick, to see if it can convert
them to something exploitable. But I don't think LO will be able to eat

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