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What is the extension file name for a microsoft access file?

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According to Wikipedia:-

Access Project .adp
Access Blank Project Template .adn
Access Database (2007) .accdb
Access Database Runtime (2007) .accdr
Access Database Template (2007) .accdt
Access Database (2003 and earlier) .mdb
Access Database, used for addins (2,95,97), previously used for workgroups (2). .mda
Access Database Template (2003 and earlier) .mdt
Access Workgroup, database for user-level security. .mdw
Access (SQL Server) detached database (2000) .mdf
Protected Access Database, with compiled VBA (2003 and earlier) .mde
Protected Access Database, with compiled VBA (2007) .accde
Windows Shortcut: Access Macro .mam
Windows Shortcut: Access Query .maq
Windows Shortcut: Access Report .mar
Windows Shortcut: Access Table .mat
Windows Shortcut: Access Form .maf

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Could you please tell me, what does DCIM in my sony ipod mean? how can i use that or when do i use that? please


Yes, that is the access to you picture files.

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Design rule for Camera File system (DCF) is a JEITA specification (number CP-3461) which defines a file format and file system for digital cameras, including the directory structure, file naming method, character set, file format, and metadata format. It is currently the de facto industry standard for digital still cameras. The file format of DCF is based on the Exif 2.2 specification.
The latest version of the standard is v 2.3.
The filesystem in a digital camera contains a DCIM (Digital Camera images) directory which contains possibly multiple subdirectories with names such as "123ABCDE", which consist of a unique directory number (in the range 100...999) and five alphanumeric characters, which may be freely chosen and often refer to a camera maker. These directories contain files with names such as "ABCD1234.JPG", which consist of four alphanumeric characters (often "DSC_" or "IMG_"), followed by a number. The file extension is "JPG" for Exif files and "THM" for Exif files that represent thumbnails. Other file formats use different extensions. Multiple files sharing a number (even if the file extension or the four alphanumeric characters are different) are considered related and form a DCF object.
For example, the files on a Nikon D40 are arranged according to the above specification. Thus, a card formatted by the camera will have a partition named "NIKOND40", with a subdirectory named "DCIM". This directory contains a subdirectory named by default "100NCD40", in which images are stored. images are named "DSC_xxxx", where xxxx represents the file's sequential number.
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[edit] AccessCamera file systems can usually be accessed by directly mounting them via the USB mass storage device class protocol, which exposes the file layout, whether DCF compliant or otherwise. Alternatively, and independent of DCF, files may be accessed via the Picture Transfer Protocol, which provides an object-oriented view and need not expose the file layout.
The file system layout is often opaque to users, as images are copied onto a computer or printer and the application deals with layout

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windows media does not support all extensions. Below are the examples. if you have the right format and still you are not able to play then best option is to upgrade or reinstall media player. Windows Media Player 6.0 loadTOCNode(2, 'moreinformation');
  • Windows Media formats
    File name extensions: .asf, .asx, .avi, .wav, .wma, .wax, .wm, .wmv, .wvx
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    File name extensions: .ra, .ram, .rm, .rmm
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    File name extensions: .mpg, .mpeg, .m1v, .mp2, .mpa, .mpe

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    File name extensions: .mid, .rmi
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    File name extensions: .mov
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    File name extensions: .aif, .aifc, .aiff
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    File name extensions: .ivf
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    File name extensions: .au, .snd
Windows Media Player 6.1, 6.2, 6.4, 7, 7.1, Windows Media Player for Windows XP, and Windows Media Player 9 Series loadTOCNode(2, 'moreinformation');
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    File name extensions: .asf, .asx, .avi, .wav, .wax, .wma, .wm
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    File name extension: .avi
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    File name extensions: m3u, mp2v, .mpg, .mpeg, .m1v, .mp2, .mp3, .m3u, .mpa, .mpe, mpv2

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  • DVD Video
    File name extension: .vob

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    File name extensions: .mid, midi, .rmi
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    File name extensions: .aif, .aifc, .aiff
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    File name extensions: .au, .snd
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    File name extensions: .ivf

    Note Intel Video File support requires the Intel Video 5.x codec.
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    File name extensions: .wmz, .wms
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    File name extensions: .avi, .mov, .qt

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How do i unlock a pps file so i can edit it?


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Rename file extensions


Hi,
To display file name extensionsDepending on your settings, the file name extensions of your files may not be visible. To display the file name extensions of your files if they are not visible, follow these steps:
  1. Open My Computer or Windows Explorer.
  2. On the Tools menu, click Folder Options.
  3. Click the View tab.
  4. In the Advanced settings box, click to clear the Hide extensions for known file types check box.
  5. Click OK.
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