Cardfile

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* {{CdTextfiles|secretsubjects/INFO/HAM/COPS.CRD|COPS.CRD}}
 
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Latest revision as of 20:39, 27 July 2020

File Format
Name Cardfile
Ontology
Extension(s) .crd
PRONOM fmt/1254
Released 1985

Cardfile (sometimes spelled CardFile or Card File) is an address book application, with a native .crd file format. It was included with Microsoft Windows 1.0 through Windows Me and Windows NT 4. It has apparently been used as a clip art format.

Reportedly, the Cardfile source code was included in some Windows SDKs.

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[edit] Format details

There are three known .crd file formats, which can be named after their signatures:

  • "MGC" format
  • "RRG" format, used when the file contains OLE 1.0 objects
  • "DKO" format, which uses Unicode text

[edit] Identification

Files begin with ASCII "MGC", "RRG", or "DKO".

[edit] Specifications

[edit] Software

[edit] Sample files

[edit] Links

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