Hi. I have an old floppy disk with files having .PDA, .PDB and .PDS extensions, which I understand are for Print Shop. I don't have that program and I'm wondering if there's any way I can open those files without it.
Irfanview is free and should allow you to open the files and convert them to a more common format if you wish.
85rx-7se, I have several graphics programs, none of which will open the files. $29.95 isn't a bad price if I really needed PrintShop but just to view a couple of old files on a floppy... 'fraid not.
davejohn, I looked at the Irfanview site and those extensions aren't among those on the list of files the program opens.
Thank you both for your replies.
You might want to visit your local Wal-Mart (or similar store), and check their bagain software area. You can find older versions of Print Shop for cheap.