Windows vector graphics format recognized by many image-editing applications; basically a 32-bit version of the original Windows Metafile Format (.WMF), which only supports 16-bit data; saves image data in an RGB format and does not support CMYK data.
EMF can also be used as a graphics language for printer drivers.
Macro file containing commands for automating tasks in the Jasspa release of MicroEmacs, an extendable text editor; used to automate repetitive tasks that would otherwise be very time consuming and monotonous to do by hand.
Users can write custom macros and create new commands using Jasspa MicroEmac's extensive macro language then save them as EMF files.
NOTE: EMF files are not compatible with other releases of MicroEmacs.