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When you send a roll of film to Seattle FilmWorks, you can have it processed as digital images that are stored on 3.5" floppy diskettes. These images are stored in a proprietary graphic format that uses the .sfw file extension and requires special software to open them. This article explains how to use the MS-DOS program that comes with your Photo Disk to bring these images into Microsoft Publisher or another graphics-capable Windows application.
This article applies to versions of Seattle FilmWorks Photo Disk that use the MS-DOS executable file Ezsfw.exe that is dated 12/23/94 7:39AM and has a file size of 113,236 bytes.
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Article ID: 161629 - Last Review: October 26, 2013 - Revision: 3.0
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