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Conversion of ggb file format to svg file format beta

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Convert GeoGebra document to XML based scalable vector graphics format.

We have found one software suitable in our database for this conversion.

Graphics from GeoGebra documents (.ggb) may be exported and saved as pictures, either in raster (.png) or vector format (.svg), which can be done only using the original program.

This seems to be pretty much the only ggd to svg conversion we know of, so if you are looking for a different kind of this conversion, please let us know in the discussion below.

Microsoft Windows software Microsoft Windows icon - convert ggb to svg on Windows

GeoGebra icon GeoGebra

A free mathematics software

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Convert from ggb file

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The table with program actions contains information about what each program is capable of doing with their files. This may be a good pointer for further searches for certain file conversions and help you find the converter you are looking for if our search result is insufficient for you. However, it is far from perfect and may sometimes show results which are not really usable because of the nature of the software handles the files. So a conversion that appears as possible, just because of matched actions, may in fact not be possible.


Additional links: Open ggb file, Open svg file


Files with ggb extension can be mostly found as documents created in GeoGebra mathematics software.


File extension svg is associated with the vector graphics format based on XML markup language. An svg vector file is stored in simple text format with XML tags. It is an open standard developed by World Wide Wide Consortium.


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