PeaNut 8,771 December 2000 Posts: 9,099 Layouts: 784 Loc: Portland, OR
Posted: 11/23/2013 12:43:05 AM
What Gennifer said.
To add, depending on what kind of cutter you use, it has its own type of files that it can open and cut. So if you ever get a cutter, you'll want to figure out (a) what kind of files your machine needs in order to cut and ( what kind of files the software that drives your machine can open.
For example, I have a Pazzles Pro (which I love!). The files that it cuts are .wpc files. If I want to cut something, it's got to be a .wpc. BUT, I can use the software that came with my machine to open .jpeg and .png files, then convert them to the .wpc format that I need.