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I do not know whether bmp is compatible with mac, but you can export the file to jpg, png, gif... Mac can open them. Hope that helps.
Using Windows files on a Mac
The most popular Mac applications use the exact same file formats as their Windows counterparts, making it easy to open and use files created on Windows PCs on your Mac. You can also share files using email, a network volume, recordable CDs, Zip disks, a .Mac iDisk, or other storage devices.
Some of the common file types are:
Productivity: plain text (.txt), rich text (.rtf), Word (.doc), Dbase (.dbf), Excel (.xls), PageMaker (.pm3, 4, 5, 6), PowerPoint (.ppt), Quark XPress (.qdx), Quicken (.qdf)
Media: MP3 (.mp3), AAC (.aac), AIFF (.aiff), ASF (.asf), AVI (.avi), MIDI (.midi), MPEG1, MPEG 2, and MPEG 4 video (.mpg, .mp2, .mp4), QuickTime Movie (.qt, .mov), Real Audio/Video (.ra, .ram), Wave Form Audio (.wav), Windows Media Audio and Video (.mwa, .wmv)
Graphics: BMP (.bmp), GIF (.gif), JPEG (.jpg), TIFF (.tif), PICT (.pct), EPS (.eps), Photoshop (.ps), PostScript (.ps), PDF (.pdf)
Internet: HTML (.html, .htm), MIME (.mim, .mime), XML (.xml)
Compression: Stuffit (.sit) and ZIP (.zip)
Filename extensions are usually hidden in Mac OS X. To show the filename extension for all files, choose Finder > Preferences and select "Always show file extensions."
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