[accesscomp] Fw: Know Your Extensions or Don't Over Extend Yourself, dan's tip for april 4th 2013

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  • Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2013 08:43:32 -0700

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From: dan 
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Sent: Thursday, April 04, 2013 5:45 AM
Subject: Know Your Extensions or Don't Over Extend Yourself, dan's tip for 
april 4th 2013

Know Your Extensions  or Don't Over Extend Yourself


In this document you will find two tables.

The first one has two columns and three rows. Move from column by tabing. Move 
down  row by arrowing down.


The second table explains commen extentions and what filenames would have them 

There eight rows and two columns.


Did you know that when you save a file the computer automatically adds a period 
and three letters to the end of the name you give the file.  In the old days, 
before the Windows operating system, file names used to look like this:


Technically speaking, file extensions like:  .exe, .bmp, and .log are still 
being used by your computer.  However they might not always be displayed with 
the file name.  They are still important because they tell the computer what 
program to use to open a file.  Below are some common file extensions that you 
might see and the programs that opens them:

     Program that opens it
     Microsoft Word
      .xls or xlsx
     Microsoft Excel
      .pub oor pubx
     Microsoft Publisher
      .ppt or pptx
     Microsoft PowerPoint

Some file extensions, especially the ones used on the internet, tell you what 
kind of file something is.  Here are some examples:

     What it probably is
     A web page
     A Graphic or Animation
     A Photograph or Image
     A Photograph or Image
     A Movie or Animation
     A Portable Document File
     A Sound or Music File

If you'd like to see even more file extensions here's a website that claims to 
list "every file extension in the world"  




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