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When you send a roll of film to Seattle FilmWorks, you can have itprocessed 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. Thisarticle explains how to use the MS-DOS program that comes with yourPhoto Disk to bring these images into Microsoft Publisher or anothergraphics-capable Windows application.
This article applies to versions of Seattle FilmWorks Photo Disk thatuse the MS-DOS executable file Ezsfw.exe that is dated 12/23/94 7:39AMand has a file size of 113,236 bytes.
To View and Capture Your Pictures
Launch Microsoft Publisher or another graphics-capable Windows application.
Insert "Seattle FilmWorks Picture Disk" into your disk drive.
With Windows 95, click the Start Button and then click Run. For Windows 3.1x, click Run on the Program Manager File Menu.
Type "A:\Ezsfw.exe" in the Run text box and press Enter
Press ENTER again to start the Photo program.
Your pictures are displayed "full screen" by a picture cycling program. Wait for the photograph you want.
To copy a photo, press the Print Screen button on your keyboard.
Press ALT+TAB to switch back to application you wish to paste the image.
On the Edit menu, click Paste.
Your Seattle FilmWorks Photo Disk comes with an MS-DOS program thatenables you to view the .sfw images in full-screen mode. For anadditional cost, a Windows-based application can be obtained fromSeattle FilmWorks for viewing the SFW images.
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