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According to our registry, Microsoft Office is capable of opening the files listed below. It is possible that Microsoft Office can convert between the listed formats as well, the application’s manual can provide information about it.

There are currently 26 file extension(s) associated to the Microsoft Office application in our database.

File types

.acp
Microsoft Office Assistant Preview
.act
Microsoft Office Assistant Actor
.dic
Microsoft Office Custom Dictionary
.gra
Microsoft Graph Chart
.scd
Microsoft Schedule Plus Document
.opc
Office Upgrade Control
.ffx
Microsoft Find Fast Index
.ops
Microsoft Office Profile Settings
.ffl
Microsoft Find Fast List
.ffa
Microsoft Find Fast Status File
.ffo
Microsoft Find Fast Cache
.pip
Microsoft Office Personalized Menu
.tuw
Microsoft Office Installer Control File
.exd
Microsoft Office Control Information Cache
.rdlx
Power View Report Document
.mlc
Microsoft Office Language Interface Pack
.qat
Microsoft Office Quick Access Toolbar Data
.opal
Microsoft Office Language Specific Resources
.opax
Microsoft Office User Settings File
.fae
Microsoft Office File Access Engine File
.exportedui
Microsoft Office Exported UI Customization
.officeui
Microsoft Office UI Customization
.ooxml
Office Open XML File
.msg5
Microsoft Graph 5 Data
.fntdata
Microsoft Office Open XML Embedded Font Data
.imesx
Microsoft Office IME Search Provider Definition

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System requirements

The precise system requirements for the Microsoft Office application are included in the software’s manual. You can find the manual in electronic format on Microsoft Office’s website as well. We cannot provide support for this product, so in case of a problem, turn to the developer of Microsoft Office!

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