XLSX

XLSX is the file extension of Microsoft's most widely used Excel spreadsheet program. The format has been the successor of the xls format since 2003. For editing, formulas or formatting commands are entered in the specified table cells, and macros can even be integrated if required. With integrated macros, however, potential Trojans or viruses can […]

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ODG

The file extension odg is associated with the Open Document Format for Office applications and refers to a graphics file – ODG stands for Open Document Graphics . The file extension is typically .odg or .fodg and the format was published in 2005 with the last format change in 2011. ODG is thus one of […]

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OXPS

The file format oxps is a pdf-like format for documents based on a layout structure in archive form. The Open XML Paper Specification is a format in which a fixed layout including images is saved and can therefore be reproduced as desired by the author. OXPS in its current form exists since the year 2009 […]

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JP2

Like the regular JPEG, JPEG 2000 was developed as a format by the Joint Photographic Experts Group and published in late 2000. But unlike .jpg, the JPEG 2000 can also create lossless compressions and has been specially developed for raster graphics. Since the JPEG 2000 files can also store different metadata, these allow easy and […]

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PPTX

The pptx file extension is used by Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 and younger to store presentations. Earlier versions of PowerPoint use the ppt extension. Opening a pptx file launches the PowerPoint software in editor mode. There is another format, ppsx, that will start the slide show presentation right away. A pptx file is a zip-compressed package […]

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DOCX

The docx file extension is used by Microsoft Word Documents that have been saved in the Open XML Format, which Microsoft has developed for their Office suite. DOCX is the default way Microsoft Word saves documents for version 2007 and up of the text processing software. Earlier Word versions use doc as their default file […]

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RTF

A rtf file is a text file that has been saved in the Rich Text format. Unlike a txt (Plain Text) file it also contains formatting code like italics, bold or underline, different font styles and sizes, text formatting info, and it may include images and embedded objects (output from other applications, e.g. tables). The […]

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XLS

XLS is a file format used for spreadsheets created in Microsoft Excel and related applications. It has been an industry standard format for many years, and can be created using many different spreadsheet software products. A typical file will consist of text and numbers created within a spreadsheet, but can also store and display relevant […]

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DOC

Historically, doc was a proprietary document file format used by Microsoft Word, the word processor program included with Microsoft Office. Indeed, it was the default file format used by Microsoft Word 97-2003. A DOC file can contain formatted text, charts, tables, images and other common word processor elements. However, Microsoft opened the DOC specification in […]

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WPS to PDF

WPS files are created with Microsoft Works. To ensure the maximum compatibility with your opponent or the recipient of that file, converting it to pdf is the safest way. Converting Those Pesky wps Files to PDF Universal file formats that work as well on Windows as they do on Mac and Linux are scarce. More […]

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