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Default Tek 370A curve tracer files

Reposting this due to model error in original posting: used to read
570A, should have been 370A

I have a Tek 370A curve tracer which uses some unknown format to save
curves (curve##.c##) and setups (setup##.s##) to its internal floppy
disc. That works fine for recalling that info later, and redisplaying
it on the curve tracer, but I'd like to be able to take the curve files

and convert them into some format, preferably .bmp or .jpg that I can
dump into WORD documents. Does anyone know if there's some nifty
little software out there that'll do this? The 370B tracer has a .bmp
save selection switch - very nice, but this feature isn't available on
the earlier "A" model. Many thanks.

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