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Graphics File Formats FAQ (Part 3 of 4): Where to Get File Format Specifications
Section - WPG - WordPerfect Graphics Metafile

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WPG is the native graphics file format of the WordPerfect Corporation line
of software products. For this reason it is common to find WPG files in
MS-DOS, Microsoft Windows, Apple Macintosh, and Unix environments.

WPG files may store bitmapped or vector graphics data, or Encapsulated
PostScript data as well. Bitmapped data may be up to 24-bits deep and
selectable from a palette of 256 colors. 

The WPG specification is published in the WordPerfect Corporation
Developer's Toolkit for PC Products. This toolkit is available directly
from WordPerfect Information Services:

  WordPerfect Information Services
  Voice: 801.225.5000

Technical questions regarding WPG may be directed to:

  WordPerfect Manufacturer/Developer Relations Department
  Voice: 801.228.7700
  Fax:   801.228.7777
  CompuServe: 72567,3612

And if all else fails:

  WordPerfect Corporation
  1555 North Technology Way
  Orem, UT 84057
  Voice: 800.526.4477
  Fax:   801.222.5077
  BBS:   801.225.4414

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