.SBD File Extension

Office Accounting Company Data File

Developer Microsoft
4.3  |  12 Votes

What is an SBD file?

Company accounting database created by Microsoft Office Accounting, a program used for online banking; contains company bank account data, payroll, bills, and other financial information; used to track financial data for businesses online.

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NOTE: As of 2009, Accounting Office is no longer under development.

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Programs that open SBD files

Microsoft Office Accounting

Superbase Data Definition

Developer Superbase Software
2.7  |  3 Votes

An SBD file may also be a data definition file used by Superbase, a database management application. It contains definitions for the data stored in an accompanying .SBF file. SBD files are plain text files.

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Programmers use Superbase to create and manage databases. For example, a programmer might use Superbase to create a database and application used to track their company's inventory. Databases created in Superbase are saved as SBF files.

Each SBF file is linked to an accompanying SBD file. The SBD file defines the data the SBF file contains.

How to open an SBD file

SBD files are meant to be used with Superbase (Windows). Specifically SBD files are meant to be loaded along with an accompanying SBF file.

However, because SBD files are plain text files, you can also open them and view the data they contain with Microsoft Notepad (Windows), Apple TextEdit (Mac), or any other text editor.

Programs that open or reference SBD files

DNASTAR SeqBuilder File

Developer DNASTAR
2.0  |  1 Vote

SeqBuilder file created by Lasergene, a suite of structural biology, genomics, cloning, and molecular biology applications; contains a DNA sequence in plain text and can be viewed by most DNA sequencing programs and text editors.

Programs that open SBD files

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