Ability Write backup definition and 8 other types and linked programs information.
How to Open ABK Files
The File extension abk is used by the following type(s):
|type 1 description:|
|Ability Write backup files|
|The ABK file extension is related to Ability Office and used for backup of documents files used by Ability Write. The .abk files contains the document at its previously saved state.|
that open abk files:
|Ability Office (Microsoft Windows)
Ability Write (Microsoft Windows)
|type 2 description:|
|AMOS data files|
|File extension abk is associated with AMOS. AMOS is application used to structural equation modeling. File with ABK suffix contains AMOS data.|
that open abk files:
|SPSS AMOS (Microsoft Windows)|
|type 3 description:|
|Arena opening book files|
|The ABK file suffix is associated with the Arena.|
|Programs:||Arena (Microsoft Windows)|
|type 4 description:|
|Automatic backup files|
|File extension ABK is associated with Automatic backup file format.
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|type 5 description:|
|Avigo backup files|
|Avigo gives you instant access to the information you need to help you manage your life more efficiently. A large, backlit display shows information at a single glance, in letter or landscape format. And it’s protected by a flip-top cover. The slim, elegant, ergonomic design makes the pocket-size Avigo truly portable and easy-to-use.|
|type 6 description:|
|CorelDRAW automatic backup files|
|The ABK file extension is associated with CorelDRAW, a vector graphics editor developed and sold by Corel Corporation.
The .abk files are used for automatic backup files. They contain backups of currently opened document, picture or project.
|Software:||CorelDraw Graphics Suite (Microsoft Windows)|
|type 7 description:|
|HP-95 appointment book|
|The HP 95LX was the first MS-DOS pocket computer or personal digital assistant, introduced by Hewlett-Packard in 1991.|
|type 8 description:|
|Need for Speed audio files|
|Need for Speed game audio files.|
|Software:||Need for Speed Undercover (Microsoft Windows)
Need For Speed Underground (Microsoft Windows)