1. cadcoke5's Avatar
    I have a lot of Action Memos that I would like to view on my desktop (Windows) computer. I have found the files in the SnoteData folder, but see that the format is .spd. I don't recognize the .spd extension, and assume it is not any sort of standard drawing file... am I correct?

    Is there any way to batch convert them in to some sort of image format that I can use on my desktop computer?

    Right now, the only method I can think of, is to share the Action Memo via e-mail, one-by-one. I am using a Note 4, but that is an old enough phone, that there aren't as many users, so I figured I should post on a more current version, since the spd format is probably the same.

    Thanks for any advice,
    09-03-2018 10:41 AM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    From what I recall, the .spd file is actually a .zip file that contains the content in additional files. Open it and see what's in it. As far as batch converting them, no, but you could write a shell script (or batch file in Windows) to handle it.
    09-03-2018 11:48 AM

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