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mm_akash

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Dear All buddies.
There is a lot of format for file.
Do we know all ?

I don't know about all but I know about me that I don't know what is the full meaning of .doc,.xls.ppt etc etc.

Now I just want to know..what is the full meaning of " .msc "

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Microsoft Common console document.

You can get windows XP to tell you, you know..
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Thanks my dear ratmilk.

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mm_akash

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Can anyone give me any link where i will get all files extenstions details ???

Edited by mm_akash, 09 May 2007 - 08:19 AM.

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Troy

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Just type what you're looking for into the google search page, it usually can give you a couple of good answers.
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.doc,.xls.ppt etc etc

.doc = document
.xls = excell spreadsheet
.ppt= powerpoint

go to www.filext.com and type in an extension...it won't neccessarily translate the extension into english (like exe = executable) but it will tell you what programs are used to open a file with that extension...and from that you can usually infer the extension's english meaning...they're USUALLY pretty intuitive once you know the purpose of the file
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Yes..dtroy...u r right. Thanks my friend
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