File Extension CLB

File type: Code Librarian Library, cdrLabel Compact Disc Label, ICQ Contact List COM+ Catalog File, Corel Library, Total Club Manager Single Club Info, Super NoteTab ClipBook Template

About the CLB file type:

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The CLB file extension is used by several applications including the Office XP Developer Code Librarian. With the program, the user can save as well as manage the reusable codes using a centralized database. New codes chosen by the user can be added to the Code Librarian database or a new database for codes could also be produced. The Code Librarian has an expansive database of prewritten codes that can be used for different Operating Systems such as the Office XP Developer projects, Microsoft'' Office XP, Visual Basic'' for Applications (VBA) and the Microsoft Development Environment. It provides categories of codes to allow the user to easily associate a given code to any category or multiple keywords. The found code can then be easily transferred to the user's code module through the 'drag and drop' tool or the 'cut and paste' tool. The Code Librarian can be opened from the Windows start menu and the codes can be distributed with the use of the Code Librarian Viewer.


Detailed information for file extension CLB


Category: Text files, Data files, Miscellaneous files
File format: Proprietary
Open with Windows: Code Librarian, cdrLabel, ICQ, COM+ Catalog File, Corel, Total Club Manager, Super NoteTab
Open with Linux: Corel
Other than the Code Librarian program, there are other applications also known to use the CLB file extension. The application cdrLabel uses the CLB file extension as a Compact Disc Label, the ICQ as its Contact List, COM+ as its Catalog File, Corel as its Library file, Total Club Manager as its Single Club Info file, while the the plain text editor Super NoteTab uses the CLB file extension as its ClipBook Template.