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.OTS File Extension

File Type 1OpenDocument Spreadsheet Template

DeveloperOASIS
Popularity
2.8 (6 Votes)
CategorySpreadsheet Files
FormatBinary

What is an OTS file?

An OTS file is a spreadsheet template created by the Calc program included in Apache OpenOffice (formerly OpenOffice.org) or another spreadsheet application that supports the OpenDocument standard. It contains a spreadsheet saved in OASIS' OpenDocument XML-based formatting. OTS files allow users to create multiple .ODS spreadsheet files using the same styles and formatting.

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Screenshot of a .ots file in Apache OpenOffice Calc 4.1.3

OTS file open in Apache OpenOffice Calc 4.1.3

Calc is one of several programs available in the OpenOffice suite. It is similar to the Excel program available in the Microsoft Office suite. The OTS templates are used to save spreadsheets that are repeatedly used such as invoices, budget planners, and calendars.

In Calc, you can create your own templates with custom spreadsheet layout, data, fonts, and styles. You can also download templates from the OpenOffice website by selecting File → New → Templates and Documents and then clicking "Get more templates online...".

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Programs that open OTS files
Updated 1/13/2017

File Type 2OtsAV Album File

DeveloperOts Labs
Popularity
2.0 (5 Votes)
CategoryAudio Files
FormatN/A

.OTS File Association 2

Audio file format used by OtsAV professional audio software; supports album cover art and long field lengths for artist and title information; can store albums as one logical file with multiple items, like a virtual CD.

Programs that open OTS files
Updated 6/19/2008

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