.R2D File Extension
Borland Reflex Database
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What is an R2D file?
An R2D file is a database created by Borland Reflex, an early database program developed for DOS. It contains plain text that represents the entries in a Reflex database. R2D files store data in a flat file format and are similar to .RDX files.
Borland Reflex is an obsolete database management program that was available for DOS PCs. Reflex saved database files in a variety of file formats, including R2D. While many database and spreadsheet management programs could previously open R2D files, no currently developed programs natively support the R2D file format. However, you may be able to open your R2D file in a current spreadsheet program by renaming it to use the .TXT extension.
How do I open an R2D file?
If you still have access to Borland Reflex, you can open your R2D file in Reflex. If you do not have access to Reflex, you may be able to open your R2D file in Microsoft Excel or another spreadsheet program by renaming the file to a .txt file before attempting to open it.