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Excel 2010 supports the DBF format natively. There are many online conversion utilities available, and the DBF files can be opened with this native support. Nevertheless, the DBF Viewer program is here for those users, who prefer a native Excel program. Features

  • There are many types of fields available. The fields can be searched both for name and for the search function.
  • Graphical reporting: There is the option for using a bar graph, line graph or pie chart to visualize the data.
  • It is possible to edit and display the data. The arrangement of columns and rows can also be changed.
  • It is also possible to print or export the data.
  • It can be used as a contact list.
  • It is possible to compare and even print the differences.

The Dbf Viewer allows you to open and view the multimedia files contained in a.dbf database. These multimedia files can then be printed, saved and/or displayed. The Dbf Viewer is a powerful tool for anyone working with DAT and NTSI files.

When combining the DBF format record file (.dbf) with the Microsoft Query (MSQ) standard for reporting, the resulting file can be seen online as well as stored locally in a database or database form. Since the meta data is stored in the header of the.dbf file, the entire database can be listed, sorted, or selected. The.dbf file also contains reserved records which can hold basic information about the database. The DbF Viewer has the ability to view text, numerical, bitmap, time, date, budget and graph type records. This can also be used to display graphical reports.

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