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.GCD File Extension

File Type 1Generic CADD Drawing File

DeveloperGeneral CADD Products
Popularity
3.2 (6 Votes)
CategoryCAD Files
FormatN/A

What is a GCD file?

Drawing created with Generic CADD, an older CAD program for Windows; used for creating floor plans, building layouts, and other architectural designs.

More Information

NOTE: Generic CADD has been replaced by General CADD Pro (GCP), which saves drawings as .GXD files. GCD files can be opened by both Generic CADD and General CADD Pro.

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Programs that open GCD files
Windows
General CADD Pro
Generic CADD
Updated 2/4/2009

File Type 2Prassi CD Image

DeveloperPrassi
Popularity
2.0 (1 Vote)
CategoryDisk Image Files
FormatN/A

.GCD File Association 2

Contains exact copy of data from a CD; created by Prassi disc imaging software

Programs that open GCD files
Windows
Prassi CD Right!
Prassi CD Rep
Smart Projects IsoBuster
EZB Systems UltraISO
Updated 2006

File Type 3Fallout 2 Character Profile File

DeveloperBethesda Softworks
Popularity
2.0 (1 Vote)
CategoryGame Files
FormatN/A

.GCD File Association 3

Character profile file used by Fallout 2, a post-apocalyptic, role-playing video game; contains profile information for the 3 starting characters that can be chosen in the character creation stage; includes character stats and skills, such as strength, perception, hit points, melee damage, bonus to strength, first aid, and speech.

More Information

The 3 starting characters in the game are pre-made and each character has a corresponding GCD, .BIO, and .FRM file. These files are all located in the \premade\ folder.

Programs that open GCD files
Updated 8/5/2014

About GCD Files

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