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OBD files: what are they and how do I open them?

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.obd file type #1: Microsoft Office Binder document

Files with obd extension were used in old versions of Microsoft Office by a program called Office Binder. These documents were basically all-in-one files. Can be still opened in latest Microsoft Office.

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File extension obd is associated with Microsoft Office Binder.

Microsoft Office Binder is included with Microsoft Office 95, Microsoft Office 97, and Microsoft Office 2000. You can use Office Binder to tie Microsoft Word documents, Microsoft Excel worksheets, Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, Microsoft Project files, and Microsoft Visio files together in one file without having to load separate programs.

The obd files are used for documents.

Microsoft Office 2003, Microsoft Office XP, Microsoft Office 2007/2010/2013/2016 and higher do not include Office Binder.

Binder files can still be opened in later versions of Microsoft Office up until version 2003, with the Microsoft Binder Support add-in, called Unbind which can be installed through the Add and Remove programs menu.

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Microsoft Binder

An old document binding software

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.obd file type #2: Oracle Forms online help data

An obd file extension is related to the Oracle Forms and used for its online help data.

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The obd file extension is associated with the Oracle Forms, a development environment used to design and build enterprise applications, available for Microsoft Windows and various other platforms.

The obd file contains online help data.

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Oracle Forms

A programming platform used to build enterprise applications

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