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.COMIC File Extension

File TypeComic Life Comic

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CategoryPage Layout Files

What is a COMIC file?

A COMIC file is a comic strip created in Comic Life 1 and 2, an application used to create comic books, picture albums, and other visual documents. It stores one or more custom page layouts, which may include text, shapes, and images.

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Screenshot of a .comic file in Comic Life 2

COMIC file open in Comic Life 2

Comic Life allows you to add text, images, and shapes to make your story come alive. The program provides a variety of tools for designing the layout of your document and applying various effects and filters to the different document elements. When you save a comic in Comic Life 2 or earlier, the program creates the COMIC file and stores the project information in the file. When you are finished with your work you can export the document to a variety of formats, such as .PDF, .JPG, .GIF, and .PNG.

NOTE: COMIC files were replaced by .CL2DOC files in Comic Life 2 and .COMICDOC files in Comic Life 3. If you are using version 2 or earlier, it is important to note that the COMIC format is not supported by version 3 or later of Comic Life. If you have a COMIC file and want to open it in Comic Life version 3 or later you can save it as a .COMICDOC file. You must first download version 1 or 2 of Comic Life, then open the COMIC file. Next, save the comic strip as a COMICDOC file (or a CL2DOC file if you have Comic Life 2). You can then open the COMICDOC or CL2DOC file in version 3 of Comic Life.

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Programs that open COMIC files

Updated 1/3/2017

About COMIC Files

Our goal is to help you understand what a file with a *.comic suffix is and how to open it.

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