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1. Open the files in Corel Draw.
2. EXPORT them into a standard format (like EPS or better yet AI)
3. Burn the exported files to disc or thumb drive or whatever.

On your Mac:

1. Buy Adobe Illustrator to open EPS files. You can preview EPS file in Preview but that's about all, you'll need a vector drawing program of some kind in order to work with your vector (formerly Corel Draw) files.
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