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Thread: cibercut 5.6

  1. #1
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    cibercut 5.6

    can I open, and how do I, a .clc file in cibercut 5.6

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    This is a "Corel Catalog" file format that may be native to Corel only.

    Shoot me the .clc file and I will see what I can do. I have the newer CiberCut 6.0 and might be able to assist.

    Feel free to give me a call as we are the national distributor for the CiberCut and CiberPrint products.

    PM me for ftp information if the file is too large to email.
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    Free trial version of CIberCut Max 6.0 is located here... follow the free checkout process and download the zip file.

    http://www.cibersupply.com/index.php...oduct_id=30066
    Bobby Fosson
    Founder and Operations Manager

    CS Sign Supply
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    Authorized Roland Dealer in the Southeast

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    Brushworks - received your file and emailed functional version for you.

    Not sure yet why the file was saved as a CLC file whereas the native format for CiberCut 5 is CT5.

    Let me know if you still need help.
    Bobby Fosson
    Founder and Operations Manager

    CS Sign Supply
    Sales: (877) 602-4237
    Support & Local: (678)735-3200
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    Authorized Roland Dealer in the Southeast

    Software - Cutters - Printer Ink - Parts - Supplies
    http://www.cssignsupply.com

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