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.AP File Extension

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File Type 1Active Page

DeveloperFifth Generation Systems
Popularity
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CategoryWeb Files
FormatN/A

Unknown

File format categories include Binary, Text, XML, and Zip. The format of this file type has not been determined.

Definition

Active Web page that contains HTML as well as JavaScript, .FGL code, or code written in another scripting language; requires supporting software on the Web server to run; can be used to generate dynamic Web pages.

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An AP page is similar to a .PHP or .ASP page, but uses a generic extension since it can contain multiple types of code. AP files are recognized by the Open5g platform.

Program(s) that open .AP files
Microsoft Windows LogoWindows
Run from a Web server with Open5g FifthGen engine
View in a Web browser
Edit with a text editor
Mac OS X LogoMac OS
View in a Web browser
Edit with a text editor
Linux LogoLinux
Run from a Web server with Open5g FifthGen engine
View in a Web browser
Edit with a text editor
Updated 12/10/2007

File Type 2ArtPro File

DeveloperEsko
Popularity
3.0 (1 Vote) Thanks for voting!
Rare Uncommon Average Common Very Common
CategoryPage Layout Files
FormatN/A

Unknown

File format categories include Binary, Text, XML, and Zip. The format of this file type has not been determined.

Definition

Layout document created by Esko ArtPro, a prepress print editor; contains an ArtPro project, which includes the layout, layers, text, colors, and barcodes of your design.

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ArtPro is designed to increase the efficiency of packaging preproduction departments. It allows you to create the exact layout of your design using images from industry standard applications, such as Illustrator and Photoshop. ArtPro uses the AP file to save the edits you have made to your document, check for errors, and see a 3D view of your print.

Program(s) that open .AP files
Mac OS X LogoMac OS
Esko ArtPro
Updated 10/9/2014