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.FBK File Extension

File Type 1AutoCAD Civil 3D Field Book File

DeveloperAutodesk
Popularity
4.3 (11 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatBinary

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
Updated 9/10/2012

File Type 2Microsoft Dynamics NAV Backup File

DeveloperMicrosoft
Popularity
3.6 (14 Votes)
CategoryBackup Files
FormatN/A

.FBK File Association 2

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 FBK files
Windows
Microsoft Dynamics NAV or Navision
Updated 2/7/2019

File Type 3Family Tree Maker for Windows Backup File

DeveloperAncestry.com
Popularity
2.3 (6 Votes)
CategoryBackup Files
FormatN/A

.FBK File Association 3

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 FBK files
Updated 2/7/2019

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