.FXR File Overview

File Extension: FXR
File Type Description: Oracle Font Cross-Reference Data
File Type Developer: Oracle Corporation
Primary Associated Software: Oracle Documaker
Primary Software Developer: Oracle Corporation

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What is File Extension FXR?

Oracle Documaker is the primary software program that utilizes the Oracle Font Cross-Reference Data file, originally developed by Oracle Corporation. Our internal web tracking data indicates that Windows 10 operating system users, and those living in United States, are the most likely to use Oracle Font Cross-Reference Data files. Most of these users are running the Google Chrome web browser.

Associated Developers and Software

Oracle Documaker by Oracle Corporation

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Windows 10 Windows 11 Windows 6 Windows 8.1

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