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.GVDESIGN File Extension

File TypeGravit Designer File

DeveloperGravit
Popularity
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CategoryVector Image Files
FormatN/A

What is a GVDESIGN file?

A GVDESIGN file contains a vector image design created by Gravit Designer, a free program used to create vector-based art. It stores an image, along with design settings, such as the page size and document units (pixels, inches, picas, etc.). GVDESIGN files are often used for creating presentations, social media graphics, posters, cards, and cover pages.

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Screenshot of a .gvdesign file in Gravit Designer 3.2

GVDESIGN file open in Gravit Designer 3.2

The GVDESIGN file is the primary file type associated with Gravit Designer. You can also use Gravit Klex to open GVDESIGN files.

To create a GVDESIGN file, select File → New design... or New design from template.... Then select File → Save or Save to file... to save your design. When you save your design for the first time, the GVDESIGN file is created to store the contents of your design. You can also export your design to other image formats, such as .PNG, .JPG, .SVG, .SVGZ, or .PDF.

Gravit Designer is available for download on Windows, macOS, Linux, and Chrome OS platforms. It is also available as a web program that can be used through web browsers, such as Chrome, Edge, Firefox, or Safari.

When saving a GVDESIGN file in the web version of Gravit Designer, you can choose to save the file to "gravit cloud" for storage or download the file to your device. Both of these options are available from the File menu in Gravit Designer.

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Programs that open GVDESIGN files
Updated 12/11/2017

About GVDESIGN Files

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