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A quick Google search indicates that your suggestion of PrintShop may be close to the mark. It seems that the files are probably image files and not word-processing files. Apparently there are image-conversion programmes available out there that can handle these files.

On Sat, 12 Jul 2014, Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:

OK everyone, I received the USB floppy from China, today.

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?

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