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.CTB File Extension

File Type 1AutoCAD Color-Based Plot Style File

DeveloperAutodesk
Popularity
3.6 (11 Votes)
CategorySettings Files
FormatBinary

What is a CTB file?

File used by AutoCAD, a CAD program used for 2D and 3D drawing; contains color-based plot styles, or mappings of colors to layers of objects; used to attach color and display settings to design objects.

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CTB files can be replaced by the newer .STB format, which abstracts layer color-based properties to object-based properties. Many companies still use CTB files instead of STB files because of the cost required to train personnel and to upgrade existing CAD designs.

NOTE: CTB files and STB files cannot both be used within the same CAD design. CTB files may be converted to STB files using AutoCAD.

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Programs that open CTB files
Updated 1/6/2010

File Type 2Cherrytree SQLite Document

Developergiuspen
Popularity
2.8 (4 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatN/A

.CTB File Association 2

A CTB file is a document created by Cherrytree, a note-taking application. It stores document data in SQLite format, which may include text, tables, images, objects, and document settings. CTB files protected with a password are saved as .CTX files.

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Users typically save Cherrytree documents as CTB or CTX files. However, they may also save documents in XML format as .CTD files. Password-protected CTD files are saved as .CTZ files. CTD and CTZ files are useful for saving documents that are smaller in size than CTB and CTX files.

NOTE: Cherrytree is developed by giuspen, a portmanteau of Giuseppe Penone.

Programs that open CTB files
Updated 4/23/2018

About CTB Files

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