Advanced DBF Editor 3.25
DBF Editor allows you open and edit any dbf files without costly dedicated tools
Advanced DBF Editor is a viewer application for database files in .dbf. Designed primarily for advanced database users, the program enables you to open any xbase compliant database and edit its records without the need to buy a dedicated database creation and management application. Out of the box, Advanced DBF Editor supports all databases and does not require external drivers to connect to a database (ODBC, BDE).
While Advanced DBF Editor is positioned as the viewing tool, it has much more to offer. For a mere $39.95, which many find astonishing given the product's versatility, the program enables the user to edit records, sort, query by example, find and delete duplicate records and print a database to paper. The specialty of DBF Viewer is ability to edit memo fields in dBase III, dBase IV, FoxPro, VFP and dBase Level 7 formats. The program exports a database to a wide range of other formats, such as DBF, TXT, CSV, Excel, HTML, XML, PRG, and SQL.
Advanced DBF Editor offers the widest variety of supported databases. The user can open .dbf files created in Clipper, dBase, FoxBase+, FoxPro, Microsoft Visual FoxPro, Visual dBase and other applications. Having this high-value tool is a definite benefit for someone who often has to deal with different databases. Compared to a dedicated database creation tool that can cost you over a hundred and even more, Advanced DBF Editor is inexpensive and allows you to save on cost of buying several separate software products.
The program has a clean, intuitive interface, which makes the learning curve flat for beginners. To begin, the user runs Advanced DBF Editor from the desktop, selects the database and opens the file. The program opens into a window with the listing of all records, grouped by categories. To edit a record, the user simply clicks on it and enters required values into the fields of the record editing dialog that opens.
Version: 3.25(19 Apr 2010)
DBF Editor allows you delete/recall records based on field content
Many minor improvements
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