.ADT File Extension
File Type 1ACT! Document Template
What is an ADT file?
An ADT file is a template for creating a new word processing document in ACT! contact management software. It is used for creating multiple documents with a similar layout.
ADT files may be created with a third-party word processor, such as Microsoft Word, which works in conjunction with ACT!. The default location for storing ADT files is "C:\Program Files\ACT\Templates."
NOTE: Sage ACT! became Swiftpage Act! in 2013.
File Type 2World of Warcraft Map File
.ADT File Association 2
Map file used by World of Warcraft (WoW), a massively-multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG); contains a map tile for a game continent or dungeon; used for loading map terrain and objects while playing the game.
ADT files are included inside .MPQ archives, which are used for game installation data and updates. WoW updates may include ADT files to change map contents.
Example ADT filenames include Northrend_33_18.adt, Azeroth_29_47.adt, and IcecrownCitadel_25_28.adt.
File Type 3ADTS Audio File
.ADT File Association 3
Audio file encoded in the Audio Data Transport Stream (ADTS) format; contains a series of audio frames, each of which includes a portion of the overall audio data to be transferred; commonly used for streaming .AAC audio; also seen with the .ADTS extension.
File Type 4AutoCAD Audit Log
.ADT File Association 4
To create an ADT file within AutoCAD, follow these steps.
- Begin a drawing audit (File Menu→Drawing Utilities→Audit).
- On the command line, type auditctl.
- Enter 1 (instead of the default value of 0).
- Press the Enter key.