.AWD File Extension

Microsoft Fax Document

Developer Microsoft
3.7  |  10 Votes

What is an AWD file?

An AWD file is a raster image created by Microsoft Fax, also known as Microsoft at Work Fax. It contains a copy of a document a user received via Microsoft Fax. AWD files are sometimes referred to as At Work Documents.

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Microsoft Fax was part of Windows Messaging, an email client included with Windows 95 and available for Windows 98. It allowed users to send and receive faxes.

The program saved copies of received faxes as AWD files. Each AWD file contains the text and page structure information needed to display a faxed document in Microsoft Fax.

How to open an AWD file

You can open an AWD file with Polybytes PolyView (Windows). To do so, select File → Open... from the program's menu bar. Then, navigate to and open your AWD file.

How to convert an AWD file

You can use Polybytes PolyView to convert AWD files to many other image formats, including:

  • .BMP - Bitmap Image
  • .GIF - Graphical Interchange Format
  • .JPEG - JPEG Image
  • .PNG - Portable Network Graphic
  • .TIFF - Tagged Image File Format
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Award BIOS Update File

Developer ASUS
3.7  |  3 Votes

Updater file used to update or "flash" the BIOS of a Windows PC; typically used for updating ASUS motherboards that use the Award BIOS.

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NOTE: In some cases, the AWD file extension may need to be changed to .BIN in order to be loaded by the AWDFLASH program.

Programs that open AWD files


Artweaver Document

Developer Boris Eyrich
3.3  |  4 Votes

Drawing created with Artweaver, a creative painting program designed to simulate natural brush tools; may include sketches created with several types of brushes and many different colors; supports image transparency, text, and layers.

Programs that open AWD files

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