.SPD File Extension
File Type 1S Note File
What is an SPD file?
An SPD file is a note created by S Note, an advanced note-taking application developed by Samsung for use with Samsung mobile devices, such as Galaxy S and Galaxy Note. It contains a note, which may include typed or handwritten text, drawings, charts, audio, and images. SPD files replaced .SNB files.
You can open SPD files with S Note installed on your device. You can also open SPD files on your computer by replacing the ".spd" extension with ".zip" to create a .ZIP file. You can then extract the contents with a Zip decompression program, such as Corel WinZip or Apple Archive Utility. Files stored in the SPD file include .PAGE, .BIN, and .DAT.
NOTE: SPD files may be secured with 128-bit encoding if they are locked with a password. It is not possible to recover a lost password for an SPD file.
File Type 2Form·Z Suspended Render File
.SPD File Association 2
File created by form·Z, a 3D modeling application often used for creating building and site construction models; stores the state of a scene rendering job and is created when the user pauses a rendering job and saves the progress.
SPD files are used for continuing rendering jobs at a later time, which is useful for photorealistic renderings or other renderings that take large amounts of processing time.
File Type 3Sealed Acrobat Document
.SPD File Association 3
Acrobat document that has been sealed (or locked) using the SealedMedia Sealer; can only be opened by users with sufficient access rights; user authorization rights are stored on a License Server, which also tracks usage of the document.
NOTE: To view an SPD file, first unseal the document using Oracle SealedMedia Unsealer, then open the unsealed file in Adobe Acrobat.
File Type 4SPSS Custom Dialog File
.SPD File Association 4
File created by SPSS, an application used for statistical analysis; saves a custom dialog, which is a custom user interface component created by the user; enables statisticians to develop their own input forms for custom statistics functions.
Custom dialogs can be created using the Custom Dialog Builder window, which can be opened by selectingfrom the application menu. Dialogs can be previewed in this window by choosing .
Before using a custom dialog with SPSS, you must first install it by choosingin the Custom Dialog Builder. The main SPSS application menu now will contain the new dialog in the location you specified using the option from the Custom Dialog Builder window.