.FBK File Extension

File Type 1

AutoCAD Civil 3D Field Book File

Developer Autodesk
Popularity
4.4  |  14 Votes
Category Data Files
Format Binary

What is an FBK file?

File used by AutoCAD Civil 3D, a BIM (Building Information Modeling) program used for civil engineering design; saved in a plain text format and stores observed point data; can be imported into a drawing.

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FBK files can be created from raw survey files in AutoCAD Civil 3D. The converted data can then be imported into a design or drawing.

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Programs that open FBK files

Windows
Updated September 10, 2012
File Type 2

Microsoft Dynamics NAV Backup File

Developer Microsoft
Popularity
3.6  |  14 Votes
Category Backup Files
Format N/A

What is an FBK file?

Backup of a database created with Microsoft Dynamics NAV; contains financial data used for business management and analysis; can be used to restore data if the primary database (.FDB) file becomes corrupted or is deleted.

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV was previously called Microsoft Navision.

Programs that open or reference FBK files

Windows
Microsoft Dynamics NAV or Navision
Updated February 7, 2019
File Type 3

Family Tree Maker for Windows Backup File

Developer Ancestry.com
Popularity
2.1  |  8 Votes
Category Backup Files
Format N/A

What is an FBK file?

Compressed backup of a family tree (.FTW) file created with Family Tree Maker for Windows; may be created as a backup file in the event that the original family tree file is damaged or deleted; can be restored by selecting "File→Restore From Backup" within Family Tree Maker.

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Family Tree Maker for Windows uses the ".fbk" file extension, while Family Tree Maker for DOS saves backups as .FBC files.

Programs that open or reference FBK files

Updated February 7, 2019

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