Windows files to MOS DOS

  1369 20:58 30 Mar 03
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Help !!
I run a small sign writing bussiness , and for the last 12 years have been using a mos dos based system to run a vinyl cutting machine , using a program called vinyl writer.
That bit is fine , but i have just been draged kicking and screaming into the 20th centry and i dont like it. What i would like to do is create signs within a windows based program on a new machine , and then save them to disk in a file type that i can then use on the old mos dos based system.
I would love to hear of any suggestions thanks.
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  howard60 21:15 30 Mar 03

that the prog is pure ascii text. if so any of the modern word processors can save as ascii text. If you can load one of your instructions on a floppy you could see if your word pro can recognise it.

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