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How To Open A .jwl File In Mac 10.8.2?


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Hello,

Back in 2002 I created the covers for my band's demo CD on a Roxio product (I think it was the Easy CD CReator). As a result, I have a .jwl file that contains that information.

I own a MacBook Pro with OSX 10.8.2. How can I open this file and print it or make changes to it?

Thanks

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Hello,

Back in 2002 I created the covers for my band's demo CD on a Roxio product (I think it was the Easy CD CReator). As a result, I have a .jwl file that contains that information.

I own a MacBook Pro with OSX 10.8.2. How can I open this file and print it or make changes to it?

Thanks

 

You would need the program that created the jwl file running on the Mac and that will never work.

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Hello,

Back in 2002 I created the covers for my band's demo CD on a Roxio product (I think it was the Easy CD CReator). As a result, I have a .jwl file that contains that information.

I own a MacBook Pro with OSX 10.8.2. How can I open this file and print it or make changes to it?

Thanks

 

Why are you posting two topics one here and one in the Toast forum?

 

If you made the .jwl file "(I think it was the Easy CD CReator) it was on a Windows PC not a Mac?

 

Important information you could of supplied in your original post.

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