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The county sent us a plat that we need. It is in the thumbnail, but I can't get it full size.  PLEASE  HELP  !

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What format is the picture in and do you have a graphic program that will open it?

Posted on Oct 30, 2007

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    Jade Rallings Oct 30, 2007

    In other words what are the three digits after the dot in the thumbnails filename?

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