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How do I open a .art photo file when no longer on AOL?

by fredathome / April 3, 2007 7:26 AM PDT

I have a lot of .art files, need a way to open them. Use XP.

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by tomron / April 3, 2007 8:11 AM PDT

I found two links with possible solutions,HERE and HERE,check the two clicking here links.


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XnView and website
by ChuckT / April 6, 2007 6:58 AM PDT
In reply to: try XnView

The more direct, and more memorable, XnView website is:

Also, and while it is a GREAT viewer, and can open about 400 image formats (whereas my favorite viewer IrfanView, can only open about 60) and one of those 400 formats in XnView is .ART, I do not think that is the same AOL .ART format. At least, reading the XnView website does that give me that impression.

I will go to someone's AOL machine later today and try it. I hope to get back with more details.

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