Canvas

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|subcat2=Desktop Publishing
 
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|extensions={{ext|cvs}}, {{ext|cv5}}, others
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|extensions={{ext|cvs}}, {{ext|cv5}}, {{ext|cvd}}, {{ext|cvx}}, others
 
|released=1987
 
|released=1987
 
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:''For other "Canvas" formats, see [[Canvas (Atari)]], [[Spaceward Graphics]].''
 
:''For other "Canvas" formats, see [[Canvas (Atari)]], [[Spaceward Graphics]].''
  
'''Canvas X''' is a desktop publishing application.
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'''Canvas X''' is a desktop publishing application. Originally developed by Deneba Systems Inc., then acquired by ACD Systems in 2003.
  
 
== Identifiers ==
 
== Identifiers ==
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CVS files have TYPE "{{magic|drw2}}" CREATOR "{{magic|DAD2}}" in Mac OS Classic.
 
CVS files have TYPE "{{magic|drw2}}" CREATOR "{{magic|DAD2}}" in Mac OS Classic.
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==Screenshots==
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[[Image:Canvas2.1.1-About.png]]
  
 
== Software ==
 
== Software ==

Latest revision as of 15:44, 1 May 2019

File Format
Name Canvas
Ontology
Extension(s) .cvs, .cv5, .cvd, .cvx, others
Released 1987
For other "Canvas" formats, see Canvas (Atari), Spaceward Graphics.

Canvas X is a desktop publishing application. Originally developed by Deneba Systems Inc., then acquired by ACD Systems in 2003.

Contents

[edit] Identifiers

Many file extensions have been reported: .cvs, .cv5, .cvd, .cvx, .cnv, .cvi, tpl.

[edit] Identification

Version 5 files have "CANVAS5" at offset 25.

CVS files have TYPE "drw2" CREATOR "DAD2" in Mac OS Classic.

[edit] Screenshots

Canvas2.1.1-About.png

[edit] Software

[edit] Links

Personal tools
Namespaces

Variants
Actions
Navigation
Toolbox