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Compressed Windows Metafile (.wmz)

The WMZ file extension, denoting Compressed Windows Metafile, is used for storing vector graphics in a compressed format. Originating from the WMF format developed by Microsoft in the late 1980s, WMZ files employ Gzip compression to minimize file size, enabling easier sharing and storage. Commonly found in older Microsoft Office documents, these files can be decompressed and viewed using various utilities and applications.

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How to convert WMZ?

  1. Upload WMZ File

    Choose any WMZ image from your computer, or drag & drop a WMZ file onto this page.

  2. Choose Output Formats

    Choose the destination format from one available in the list.

  3. Convert & Download

    Wait a few moments for the converter to complete its job, then download your file.

WMZ Converter

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macOS
Windows
Linux

Convert WMZ on macOS

Follow steps below if you have installed Vertopal CLI on your macOS system.

  1. Open macOS Terminal.
  2. Either cd to WMZ file location or include path to your input file.
  3. Paste and execute the command below, substituting in your WMZ_INPUT_FILE name or path. $ vertopal convert WMZ_INPUT_FILE --to output_format

Convert WMZ on Windows

Follow steps below if you have installed Vertopal CLI on your Windows system.

  1. Open Command Prompt or Windows PowerShell.
  2. Either cd to WMZ file location or include path to your input file.
  3. Paste and execute the command below, substituting in your WMZ_INPUT_FILE name or path. $ vertopal convert WMZ_INPUT_FILE --to output_format

Convert WMZ on Linux

Follow steps below if you have installed Vertopal CLI on your Linux system.

  1. Open Linux Terminal.
  2. Either cd to WMZ file location or include path to your input file.
  3. Paste and execute the command below, substituting in your WMZ_INPUT_FILE name or path. $ vertopal convert WMZ_INPUT_FILE --to output_format

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