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.BPD File Extension

File Type 1Business Plan Pro Document

DeveloperPalo Alto Software
Popularity
3.6 (5 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatBinary

What is a BPD file?

File created by Business Plan Pro, a program used for creating business plans; saves information such as an executive summary, market analyses, timelines, and financial/funding data; can be used for generating forecasts and for printing business plan documents.

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Business Plan Pro includes hundreds of sample business plans with the software installation. Business Plan Pro also uses multiple formats for BPD files based on different versions of the software.

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Programs that open BPD files
Updated 2/9/2018

File Type 2Binary Printer Description File

DeveloperN/A
Popularity
3.6 (5 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatBinary

.BPD File Association 2

Printer file used by the Microsoft PostScript driver for printing purposes; contains the binary version of the PostScript Printer Description File (.PPD); stores printer data such as font, DPI resolution, paper sizes, memory configuration, and other features supported by the printer.

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The BPD file is created in order to decrease the processing time of the PPD file. The file increases the driver spooler efficiency, which is the ability to perform multiple tasks to write documents to the print queue to decrease waiting time.

Since the BPD file is the binary version of the PPD file, the BPD file must be given time to regenerate to reflect any changes made to the PPD file. If there is no BPD file when you start a printing process, a new BPD file will be automatically created from the PPD file.

Programs that open BPD files
Windows
Referenced by the printer
Updated 9/29/2014

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