Note to Hendrix: You and may others are in the same boat. I have found a few programs which claim to be able to extract object as well as text data, but none have succeeded.
Tony McGuire was developing this solution for graphics, which he concluded were stored in binary files onhttp://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=1189318 I haven't gave it a quick run for documents, but I didn't have time to play with it.
var, tc tcursor, img image, bn binary, endvar, , tc.open(":alias:images.db"), scan tc :, img=tc."fieldname" ; field containing graphic, img.writetofile("path\\imagename.ext") ; .ext likely .jpg/.gif/.etc, endscan, tc.close()
Another clever Mac User suggested this work around:
Mike Prestwood, if you are addressing the issue, I too would like to hear about it.
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