I am dealing with an old PowerMac 8600/200 running System 7.6.1. The user wants to retire this system and move to something new (a Windows PC). However, they have data on this system that they need to retain (business documents). The system is not connected to the internet or any network, and has been operating as a standalone unit for the last 20 years.
Is there any way to copy the user's files to a modern USB thumb drive or another way to get the files to Windows?
(Let's assume the documents are actually in a format that can be read by a Windows program, i.e. text, jpg, etc, so this question is not about file compatibility, but instead about copying the actual data to some type of media readable by the Windows machine. While this assumption may be invalid, I'm not looking for responses that say "even if you copied the files you couldn't open them".)
UPDATE: I found this, which may be helpful. But where is the FTP client on System 7.6.1?
Thanks for any advice.