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what is the file name and extension of the dbase of peachtree 2000

what is the file name and extension of the dbase of peachtree 2000

what is the file name and extension of the dbase of peachtree 2000

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someone please help me

RE: what is the file name and extension of the dbase of peachtree 2000

The are btrieve files, extension is .DAT.  There are multiple files.

If you need to read the entire database or multiple tables with a tool like Crystal Reports or MS Access, use file.ddf or the pervasive ODBC drivers.

Hope that helps

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RE: what is the file name and extension of the dbase of peachtree 2000

If the above did not help, i recommend the software from http://multiwareinc.com/ It's called PAW. Download a demo from this site and u'd really appreciate how easy it is to use.
Kelechi

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