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What is File Extension MDB?

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File Format Type: MDB

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Common File Extension Variations: MDB, mdb

Author: Microsoft Corp

The MDB file extension is used to signify database files used on the Microsoft Access database program. MDB database files store related data content information and formatting details such as tables, forms and other structures.Microsoft Access is one of the most popular database programs on the market and is included with some versions of the Microsoft Office software bundle. MDB files and Microsoft Access are only available for and supported on Windows systems. MDB files can be read in code with programming language tools in C++ and Basic. MDB files can be accessed and edited with the appropriate software.

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