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    Default how can you convert a pes to a jef file

    Could someone tell me how to convert the pes files to jef files?

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    You need a programme! There are free ones (for instant Ambassador)! Or you do with your digitizing programme.
    Hope that helps!

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    Here is the link to Wilcom Truesizer. It is free and will convert files.

    http://www.embroiderystartup.com/Fre...3/Default.aspx

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    Thank You for responding, I really appreciate your help
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    How can I format RAR to Pes. WHAT DO i NEED TO DO THAT.
    Thank you Ann Scheider

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    Ann, RAR is not an embroidery format, it is a zip file, so you cannot convert. Winzip and Winrar do the same thing - compress files.

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    Rar and Zip and compressed files that have the format files for designs inside them.

    You would have to unzip the Rar or Zip files with a program such as Winrar or Winzip and extract the design files to a file on your computer.
    Then you can use the individual design files.

    Denise in Calgary

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