The EMZ file is an advanced Windows compressed metafile. This file type is used by programs like Visio and the Microsoft Office suite, which includes Office and Excel. These files are EMF EMZ files that have been compressed with the GZIP compression algorithm; EMZ files can be unzipped and read EMF files by default. EMF File
Enhanced Metafile, EMF, is a vector image file, which is recognized by many different image editing applications, such as Microsoft Office and Adobe Illustrator. The EMF file can be compressed into EMZ file.
GZIP is a GNU zipped file, used as an open source compressor for other files, such as EMF files. The GZIP algorithm can compress the file into an EMF EMZ file.
The GZ file extension is another extension used for GNU zipped files. The GNU zipped file contains a collection of a single compressed or multiple files.
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