The only option for exporting the data was as file. I had intended to work on the data at home on my Mac but can’t open the file. Quite a number of programs use the QuickReport format to export lists or reports and graphics. SmartQRP can view or print and save QRP files. um guia para você descobrir qual programa será necessário para abrir aquele arquivo que você acabou .qrp Centura Report Builder file.

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I am unable to open. Is there a viewer or file converter that anyone can suggest to help? Posted on Mar 22, 8: Mar 22, 8: I created the files from data exported for research purposes from an electronic medical record.

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The only option for exporting the data was as a. I had intended to work on the data at home abrur my Mac but can’t open the file.

This is way adchivo specialized a query for me to answer knowledgeably, but remember that if all else fails, you can install Windows in a virtual machine on your Mac and run archvio Windows-based app you need to work with the. Mar 22, 9: Now there are sometimes converters or other software can open other software file formats, you don’t even know the software you were using?


What you need to do is go back to the orignal machine, find out the name of the software, or use Windows to copy the data to the Clipboard and paste it into a basic text program and save it as.

Some programs you can’t open their files in other software or on Mac’s if there is no version for it. Mar 23, 3: That’s hardly the full story. What ‘electronic medical record’? Do you mean a medical or a patient database, perhaps a custom database built with Delphi? How did you create the files from the exported data?

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The file name extension is not unambiguous, and the application used should tell you what it means. And what do you need to do with it? Probably your best option is to use Windows, with BootCamp or Parallels. If you all you need to do is consult the exported files, and there is really no other way to get a database report except as QuickReport, you can try a QuickReport viewer on Windows, and convert or print the files to PDF if Acrobat or other suitable software is installed or to PostScript using a PS printer driver to save as file.


If the latter, the resulting file can be quite large, but Preview on Mac should be able arcihvo open it and convert it to PDF.

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Mac OS X Speciality level out of ten: Reply Helpful Thread reply – more options Link to this Post. It’s because the data was arfhivo into a proprietary file format by the software you used. If you don’t have a copy of that software on your Mac, you can’t open the file.

If the software doesn’t have a version for Mac’s, then you can’t open the file. So here’s the full story.

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