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Using Tajima DG/ML by Pulse Microsystems ©

Tutorial for the free Pulse-Ambassador File Conversion Program ©.

written by Cindy Grice 2008


Download and install the free software program found by following this link.

  Tajima Pulse-Ambassador Conversion Software

 Open, un-zip all the files you want to convert to one folder you can find easily.

Once you're readty to convert your files, start the program and it will look like the image below.

Look up to the upper left corner and click on FILE as shown in the image below.

You will then see a window as shown below at the top red arrow, where you will choose the location of that folder you've already saved your files to convert. So find that and move down to next bit of the window.

Look down in the image at middle red arrow, that shows you to make the selection of ALL DESIGN FILES. By clicking that, ALL FILES, it will let you every type of design file in that folder, all the HUS, JEF, PCS, etc.

The bottom red arrow shows unknown.. Don't mess with that unless you are computer savvay and know your way around this program.


Ok, you've now located the file you want to convert, so now if you highlight it, it will show you a thumbnail image below (you must have this option ticked as shown) That helps you open the one you want, very nice feature!

Ckick on the and it should open.

Here I have opened a fabulous turkey design digitized by Irene, as shown below It is in PES format and I want to convert to HUS format.

So next move your cursor back to the upper left corner and click on FILE. That will open the menu as shown in the image below, where you will click on SAVE AS COPY.

      Clicking on SAVE AS COPY will open a window where you choose the format you wish to save the file as. Using the drop down menu scroll to find the format required and click on it.

That will have saved the design in the same folder you started with (assuming you haven't had a fiddle and mucked it up!! hehehe). You should now have both formats showning up in that folder when you go back to the begining and click on OPEN as in the image below.

 For those of you more confident and daring, you can change the options to view specified file types, to show only the HUS files. Makes it quicker to find what you are looking for.


Hope this little lesson has helped with using this wonderful software program.

Thanks to the kind folks over at Pulse Microsystems©!