How can I move a file to another AI work/text in Illustrator 4.1? ART EXPORT and IMPORT ART and ART of the PLACE do not work.

How can I move a file to another AI work/text in Illustrator 4.1?  Using the art of export, import or the art of the place don't give me image.  What transfers is a rectangular box with a big X in it.  Illustration of the song gives me only a distorted picture.

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If it really is version 4, it is 25 years old. I'm surprised you have install much less run. Then copy and paste does not work? These files generated in V4 or newer files? The really only files up to V8 may be opening in V4. After that, the format of file completely changed.

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