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FileFormat.com Newsletter January 2019 – News, updates & information about file formats  RSS feed

 
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Welcome to the January 2019 edition of FileFormat.com newsletter, bringing you latest news and updates from the last month. As your definitive knowledge resource for all things file format, you will find FileFormat.com to be full of valuable information related to most commonly used file formats on daily basis. Engage yourself in useful discussions on File Format Forums or receive proficient advice on your queries from our file format experts to get all your file format issues resolved.

Some of the major highlights from the last month include detailed information on different well known file types such as the Word Processing file format category. It includes DOC, DOCX, RTF, TXT and many other formats, processed by applications like Microsoft Word and OpenOffice Writer. In Spreadsheet file formats category, XLS, XLSX, TSV, CSV and more formats are present, processed by applications like Microsoft Excel, OpenOffice Writer. Presentation file formats are a collection of PPT, PPTX, ODP and other formats which are processed by software applications like Microsoft Presentation and OpenOffice.

Read more at the newsletter blog – http://bit.ly/2F5Zm14

Find latest file format news and updates at – http://bit.ly/2EnLe2E

 
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