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.TDS File Extension

File Type 1Turbo Debugger Symbols File

2.8 (12 Votes)
CategoryDeveloper Files

What is a TDS file?

Contains a table of symbols used by the Borland Turbo Debugger program; created by the Borland linker and includes data referenced during the software debugging process.

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Turbo Debugger is included with Borland C++ Builder as well as previous Borland software development programs.

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Programs that open TDS files

Updated 6/25/2011

File Type 2Adobe LiveCyle Designer Template

3.2 (5 Votes)
CategoryPage Layout Files

.TDS File Association 2

A TDS file contains a template created by Adobe LiveCycle Designer, a form authoring tool included with Adobe LiveCycle Enterprise Suite (ES). It contains the structure of a form template that is used to automate the reproduction of forms. TDS files include the components and settings for the template, such as page layout and formatting information, scripts, images, and fonts.

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Adobe LiveCycle ES is a platform used by enterprises and government agencies to improve correspondence with customers. LiveCycle Designer is a tool included with LiveCycle ES that is used to design documents and forms to capture and process data from customers. These forms and documents are merged with enterprise .XML data to generate personalized and interactive documents and forms that can be distributed in various ways, such as .PDF files, HTML5, and print.

TDS files are created to store templates that can be used for the reproduction of forms and documents Adobe LiveCycle ES. You can import a TDS file into Designer by selecting File → Open or by dragging and dropping the TDS file into the Designer workspace.

NOTE: While Adobe LiveCycle Designer is typically used as a tool included with the Adobe LiveCycle ES, it is also embedded within LiveCycle Workbench ES4 and available as a standalone program.

Programs that open TDS files

Updated 12/14/2018

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