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.DXP File Extension

File Type 1CDBurnerXP Data Compilation File

2.4 (5 Votes)
CategoryDisk Image Files

What is a DXP file?

Data disc compilation file created by CDBurnerXP, a program used to burn data and music discs; contains a list of files and directories to burn, as well as the file sizes and the target directory structure; saved in an XML format.

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NOTE: CDBurnerXP stores audio disc compilation files with the .AXP extension.

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Programs that open DXP files
Updated 10/3/2012

File Type 2Dexpot Profile File

2.0 (1 Vote)
CategorySettings Files

.DXP File Association 2

Settings file created by Dexpot, a Windows program that allows multiple virtual desktops to be used at the same time; saves settings such as the number of desktops, desktop behaviors, and hotkeys for switching between desktops.

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DXP files can be opened and saved through Dexpot's Settings window. However, the user doesn't specify the directory when saving profiles. Instead, Dexpot automatically saves them to the following directory:


Programs that open DXP files
Updated 10/3/2012

File Type 3Duxbury Print File

DeveloperDuxbury Systems
2.0 (1 Vote)
CategoryText Files

.DXP File Association 3

File created by Duxbury Braille Translator, a braille translator; contains Print that can be translated into braille; may contain other document elements such as tables.

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To create a DXP file with the Duxbury Braille Translator, select File → Save or Save as..., name the file, choose the save location, and click Save.

To open a DXP file with the Duxbury Braille Translator, select File → Open..., navigate to your file, and click Open. NOTE: Similar to the .DXB file extension that contains braille instead of Print. Duxbury MegaDots has been discontinued.

Programs that open DXP files
Updated 11/13/2015

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