.prt

File Type 1 Presentations Template IconPresentations Template
File Format Proprietary (Corel)
Usage Open manually
Rank ★ ☆ ☆  Uncommon
Description

Template for creating a presentation or slide show with Corel Presentations (part of Corel WordPerfect Office).

Open With
Windows

IconCorel Presentations

Updated 2007
File Type 2 Generic IconUnigraphics Part File
File Format Proprietary (Siemens)
Usage Open manually
Rank ★ ★ ☆  Average
Description

Three-dimensional model format used by Unigraphics, a 3D CAD program; contains surface and solid information for a single part; saved in a binary format, similar to an Alias wire model and an SDRC (Structural Dynamics Research Corporation) model.

Important: Unigraphics was acquired by Siemens and is now distributed as Siemens NX.

Open With
Windows

IconSiemens NX

IconAdobe Acrobat

macOS

IconSiemens NX

IconAdobe Acrobat

Unix

IconSiemens NX

Updated March 31, 2010
File Type 3 Generic IconSolid Edge Part File
File Format Proprietary (Siemens)
Usage Open manually
Rank ★ ★ ☆  Average
Description

3D model created with Solid Edge, a CAD program used primarily for creating industrial parts and assemblies; can be combined with other 3D parts in an assembly (.ASM) file.

Open With
Windows

IconSiemens Solid Edge

IconAdobe Acrobat

macOS

IconAdobe Acrobat

Updated 2007
File Type 4 Generic IconPrinter Driver File
File Format Standard
Usage Referenced by an application; not meant to be opened manually
Rank ★ ☆ ☆  Uncommon
Description

Contains configuration information that allows the computer to communicate with the printer; may be used by certain software programs, such as Dr. Halo software, which saves images in a device-independent format.

Open With
Windows

IconReferenced by the operating system

Updated 2007
File Type 5 Generic IconPrinter Output File
File Format Standard
Usage Open manually
Rank ★ ☆ ☆  Uncommon
Description

Output from a printing job sent to the printer and saved as a file; contains formatting information that tells the printer how the document should be printed.

PRT files may be created on Unix systems using the FILEUTIL function with a Filename parameter. They can also be opened by FILEUTIL and printed using the LP (line printer) parameter.

Open With
Windows

IconCaldera CopyRIP

IconWasatch SoftRIP

IconMainTop DTP&SIII

Unix

IconFILEUTIL

Updated 2007
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