Avanquest Recommends FDB, FIL, FLP, and FRO Types of Software
File extension FDB, FIL, FLP, and FRO are associated with different file types, one of which is a data file. As data files are related to a broad range of computer programs and applications, and can be stored in a variety of different formats, Avanquest recently published recommendations on the main types of software to open FDB, FIL, FLP, and FRO files.
(PRWEB) March 15, 2013
File extension FDB, FIL, FLP, and FRO are associated with different file types one of which is a data file. As data files are related to a broad range of computer programs and applications and can be stored in a variety of different formats, Avanquest recently published recommendations on the main types of software to open FDB, FIL, FLP, and FRO files.
File extension FDB is a data file type which is related to Extensis Portfolio and Art Explosion. This type of data file can store catalog elements, metadata, structured data, and other components, which are used to organize information.
File extension FIL is part of dBASE and contains data which defines the structure of a database. The data contains objects and elements which are used to organize information in a database format.
File extension FLP is a file that contains flipchart elements used to create a lesson plan with Promethean programs. FLP files can also store data which is used to create a project with Macromedia Flash.
File extension FRO is related to dBASE and stores reports containing data which is generated using the dBASE database management application. File Extension FDB, FIL, FLP, and FRO Software Data files are a common file format and can be opened using different programs and software applications. In some instances, data files can also be used to facilitate the operating of components within an operating system. The following applications can be used to open FDB, FIL, FLP, and FRO files.
Extensis Portfolio: Extensis Portfolio is a software application that provides a way to manage digital assets. File extension FDB can be opened using the Portfolio digital asset management software application. Portfolio is available on the Extensis website and is compatible with the Windows operating system and Mac OS X.
Art Explosion: Nova Development Art Explosion is a software application which provides a way to organize clip art images. Art Explosion will open file extension FDB and is available on the Nova Development website. Art Explosion is compatible with Windows and Mac OS X.
dBASE: dBASE is a database management system which is used to build a broad range of applications. File extension FRO can be opened using the dBASE program which is available on the dBASE website. dBASE is compatible with Windows version XP and higher.
ACL Desktop: File extension FIL can be opened using ACL Desktop Edition which is available on the ACL website. ACL Desktop is a program that provides audit and risk management solutions to identify and mitigate risk, improve operational performance, and protect company profits. ACL Desktop is compatible with Windows and Mac OS X.
ActivPrimary: Promethean ActivPrimary is a software application which provides a way to create a professional flipchart presentation that can be used with interactive whiteboards. ActivPrimary will open file extension FLP and can be used with ActivStudio or ActivInspire software applications. All three applications are available as an unpaid download on the Promethean Planet website. ActivPrimary, ActivStudio, and ActivInspire are multiplatform and compatible with Windows, Mac OS X, and the Linux operating system.
Flash Professional CS6: Adobe Flash Professional which is part of the CS6 Creative Suite of applications is a professional program which will open and edit file extension FLP. Flash Professional can be obtained as a trial on the Adobe website and is compatible with Windows and Mac OS X.
These are a few of the software applications Avanquest recommends to open FDB, FIL, FLP, and FRO files. Depending on the type of data file, this file type can be opened using additional programs and applications.
For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2013/3/prweb10503110.htm