Open X16 file

X16 files: what are they and how do I open them?

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Macromedia extra document

An x16 file extension is related to the extra document format developed by Macromedia.

Further details:

The x16 file extension is associated with applications developed by Macromedia, like Macromedia Flash,Macromedia Dreamweaver, Macromedia Freehand, Authorware, etc.

The x16 file stores extra document.

Macromedia was acquired by Adobe in 2005.

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Adobe Authorware

A visual authoring tool for creating rich-media and e-learning applications

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Adobe Dreamweaver

Industry-leading web authoring and editing software from Adobe

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Adobe Dreamweaver for Mac

Mac version of popular web authoring and editing software

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Adobe FreeHand MX

Old 2D vector graphics editor and desktop publishing software

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