An efficient and reliable software utility designed to function as a viewer and editor for DBF files (Clipper, dBase, Foxpro, VFP, DB2K)
|Updated||November 14 2019|
HiBase Group N/A N/A
|Crack Size||7.5 MB|
DBF Viewer 2000 is an application that you can use to view and edit files with the DBF format, supported by Clipper, dBase, Foxpro, VFP, DB2K and other similar tools.
Upon deployment, you can use the file browser to navigate folders on the hard disk and open a file. The interface of the tool is easy to work with, since you can use the context menu to copy a record from the database, copy or paste content into a field, quickly filter fields, as well as organize records in ascending or descending order.
Furthermore, it is possible to open a URL in the default web browser, export data to an external file (e.g. DBF, TXT, HTM, XLS or XML format), as well as view fields information and save it separately to file.
Other options of DBF Viewer 2000 Crack let you use search, replace and fill functions, insert a new record or duplicate an existing one, jump to a specific record, view statistics and set filters, as well as convert OEM to ANSI or vice versa, just to name a few.
A few customization preferences are available when it comes to DBF Viewer 2000's appearance, whether we are talking about the background or text color, toolbar, font, language or startup mode (e.g. open last file).
DBF Viewer 2000 is very low-demanding when it comes to the CPU and system memory, has a good response time and contains a help file. No error dialogs have been shown in our tests and the app did not hang or crash. All in all, DBF Viewer 2000 comes packed with some powerful tools for viewing and editing DBF files, and they should please the entire audience.
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