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A metafile is a file format that can store multiple types of data such as graphics file formats[citation needed]. These graphics files can contain raster, vector, and type data. A common use for these files is to provide support for an operating system's computer graphics; e.g., Microsoft Windows uses Windows Metafile, and Mac OS X uses PDF.

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