3.6 | 184 Votes
What is a SIG file?
A SIG file is a small text file that can be automatically attached to the end of e-mail messages. It contains the sender's name and email address. SIG files are supported by most email programs and can be selected from within the "Create New" message window.
Depending on the context, SIG files may contain more than just the sender's name and email. In work-related emails, the signature may also include the name of the person's company, the person's title, and contact phone numbers. In casual emails, some people choose to include a quote or Bible verse in their e-mail signature.
Programs that open or reference SIG files
Broderbund Sign File
3.5 | 50 Votes
Sign file created by Broderbund graphics software products, such as PrintMaster and The Print Shop; stores an image for a sign or poster in a proprietary format.
Only versions 15-23.1 of The Print Shop and versions 16-18.1 of PrintMaster support the SIG file. The Print Shop 2.0 uses the .PSPROJ extension and PrintMaster 2.0 and later uses the .PMX extension. You cannot import SIG files from version 23.1 or older of The Print Shop or version 18.1 or older from PrintMaster into the newer versions.
Programs that open SIG files
QuickTac SIG File
3.4 | 15 Votes
Braille graphic saved in the QuickTac Alternative Graphic format and created by QuickTac, a program used to emboss a graphic as a tactile graphic; stores a braille drawing, which may include shapes, lines, and text.
A SIG file is similar to a .BMP file and is designed to be imported into other programs, such as Duxbury Braille Translator and Duxbury MegaDots, in order to complement text. You can import the file into a Duxbury .DXB file using the Duxbury Braille Translator. Once the SIG file is imported into the Duxbury document it can no longer be edited.
NOTE: Duxbury MegaDots has been discontinued.