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What is an .xsd file?

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Post time: 2016-11-13 00:30
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I know .rar and .zip files.  Which program uses .xsd?

Post time: 2016-11-13 01:38
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An .xsd is the format used by a Program named Pattern Maker. These are patterns that you can actually modify or redesign (hence the name Repaints). They can be printed, enlarged, the symbols changed, a single or multiple colors changed, basically any change you want, and then saved and printed, or made into a .pdf file for use on a tablet or phone, or any computer.
Hope this helps.

Here are copies of most of the software and installation instructions as well: Cross Stitch Software

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That's very helpful! Thank you! So if I get this deal, I can save that file as a pdf? Cause I'm assuming that the other type needs to be viewed within the program itself?  Details Reply Post time 2016-11-13 02:49
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elderangel 2016-11-12 11:38
An .xsd is the format used by a Program named Pattern Maker. These are patterns that you can actuall ...

That's very helpful!  Thank you!  So if I get this deal, I can save that file as a pdf?  Cause I'm assuming that the other type needs to be viewed within the program itself?
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Post time: 2016-11-15 01:04
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That's right. From within the software, you can 'print' to .pdf format as you can from most applications.  One of the programs in the area that is in the link above will also convert many formats from one to another. But it won't convert them to pdf, you need to be in the actual program to do that.
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Post time: 2016-12-18 21:50
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Not sure sorry
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