Md. Zahid Abbas File Types List
File Types List
This section of the site provides a list of the common file types that Macintosh and PCusers are likely to come across and the applications they are associated with. The filetype is normally identified by a 3 letter code at the end of the filename, ie .PDFsignifies an Adobe Acrobat document and .PUB a Microsoft Publisher document.The list is in no way complete and should be used mainly as a guideline, as there areno fixed rule on what extension a file can have, ie .XLS normally signifies an Excelspreadsheet, but nothing is stopping another program from using .XLS as theextension for its files.To navigate round this section, simply click on the letter you want from the list above.
A ADA ProgramA UNIX LibraryA01 ARJ Multi-volume Compressed Archive (can be 01 to 99)A11 AIIM GraphicA3D Amapi 3D ModelingA3K Yamaha A3000 Sampler FileA3L Authorware 3.x LibraryA3M Unpackaged Authorware MacIntosh FileA3W Unpackaged Authorware Windows FileA4L Authorware 4.x LibraryA4M Unpackaged Authorware MacIntosh FileA4P Authorware File Without RuntimeA4W Unpackaged Authorware Windows FileA5L Authorware 5.x LibraryA5W Unpackaged Authorware Windows FileA86 A86 Assembler Program FileAA Audio Book FileAAB Macromedia Authorware BinaryAAC Advanced Audio Coding FileAAF Advanced Authoring Format MultimediaAAM Authorware Shocked FileAAS Authorware Shocked PacketAAT Arcinfo Line Data Attribute DataAB Applix Builder FileAB3 PhotoImpact Album FileAB6 AB Stat DataAB8 AB Stat DataAB$ AutoCAD Spooled Plot FileABA Palm Address Book FileABC ABC FlowCharter Flow ChartABD AmBiz Bonus Calculator Data FileABD Adventure Builder Database