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Is it possible to recover a genopro document (.gno) from a .emf file?

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Posted Sunday, February 14, 2021 - Post #41193
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I accidentally overwrote a gno file, but I still have the emf file. Is it possible to re-create the gno file from the emf file?
Posted Monday, February 15, 2021 - Post #41198
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No, it is impossible to recover a genogram from a metafile (.emf) file. A metafile is a vector-based graphic, similar as SVG, which is the same class of images as a JPEG or PNG. You can edit a EMF file with an editor such as Photoshop but that's all; you cannot recover the original .gno file with all the additional information.

My recommendation is to search all your folders and drives for any .gno files. GenoPro has a File Find to do that.

Also, search your email outbox. If you sent or shared your genogram or family trees with others, it is possible there is a copy of your .gno file in your mail archives. According to our records, there is no backup of your .gno file onto our server.
Posted Tuesday, February 16, 2021 - Post #41202
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Thank you. Seems I will have to re-create it by hand using the .emf file as a guide.


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