Oracle Graphics - Output - Forms

Hi,
I have created some Graphs with Oracle Graphics. After Running
the Graph I can either Print or Export as .CGM/ODF file. I have
downloaded a CGM to Image converter but the converted Image
looks horrible. Does anyone know how to get an Image similar to
the Printed Output.( The Export -Image option is availabe before
the Graph is Run).
Thanks

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