Powerful fast and small DBF viewer and editor

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DBF Tools for Windows

DBF Tools

CDBF is a small yet powerful application designed for viewing and editing DBF database files. This tool features full control over the DBF files, allowing you to easily make necessary changes while viewing, to restore corrupt databases and to directly edit the file headers with the built-in hexadecimal editor. The program supports all kinds of memo fields (dBaseIII, dBaseIV, FoxPro, Visual FoxPro, dBase Level 7, SMT) and allows exporting data to a variety of formats (plain text, MS Excel, Clipper and FoxPro source files, SQL server scripts, DBF). CDBF also includes a tool that allows you to create professionally looking reports in just a few seconds. Some of the many features include: the ability to work with multiple files simultaneously, powerful filtering capabilities, sorting, creation of new DBF files, search and replace functions, support of ANSI and OEM character sets, a built-in calculator that can substitute field names with their values, customizable field headers, the ability to append information from external DBF and plain text files, a list of favorite files and more. CDBF is a multi-platform program. CDBF is available in the following versions: Windows (both GUI and console), DOS (Protected mode) and Linux (both Shared and Static).

Software Price: $35
Software Version: 1.35
Release Date
: 11/19/2006

Size: 1.84 MB
Platform: Windows 95/98/ME, XP, WinNT 3.x, NT 4.x, Windows 2000, Windows 2003

Download Link: DBF Tools for Windows Download

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