.ODP File Overview

File Extension: ODP
File Type Description: OpenDocument Presentation
File Type Developer: Oracle Corporation
Primary Associated Software: Apache OpenOffice
Primary Software Developer: Apache Software Foundation

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What is File Extension ODP?

OpenDocument Presentation files are the most popular type of files to carry the ODP file extension, originally developed by Apache Software Foundation for Apache OpenOffice. Annoymous user data statistics infer that ODP files are most popular in Taiwan and with those using Windows 10 devices. A majority of people seeking info on ODP files are using the Google Chrome browser.

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Top User Operating Systems

Windows 10 Windows 11 Windows 6 Windows 8.1

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Other File Types Related to ODP Files

Extension File Type Developer File Category File Type Description
.OTP Oracle Corporation Data Files OpenDocument Presentation
.XBA Oracle Corporation Plugin Files OpenOffice.org Basic Module File
.123 IBM Spreadsheet Files Lotus 1-2-3 Spreadsheet
.ASHX Microsoft Corporation Web Files ASP.NET Web Handler File
.STE Adobe Systems Incorporated Settings Files Dreamweaver Site Settings File
.XLSM Microsoft Corporation Spreadsheet Files Microsoft Excel Open XML Macro-Enabled Spreadsheet
.WK1 IBM Data Files Lotus Worksheet
.HRL Ericsson Computer Science Laboratory Developer Files Erlang Header File
.ODS Oracle Corporation Spreadsheet Files OpenDocument Spreadsheet
.FRQ Open Source Data Files Bibexcel File

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