Having problems opening a LETTERHEAD file?

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Opening LETTERHEAD files

Did your computer fail to open a LETTERHEAD file? We explain what LETTERHEAD files are and recommend software that we know can open or convert your LETTERHEAD files.

What is a LETTERHEAD file?

The .Letterhead file extension is frequently seen in files in line with the American Greetings' Creatacard and Broderbund PrintMaster professional editing applications.

The file extension LETTERHEAD is a data file type that contains different types of letterheads, may it be for business or casual use. LETTERHEAD files are used in creating various paper- based documents. The letterheads can be used to design stationery or to create a business letter that has a heading, which normally includes the logo of a company, business address, phone number, and other contact information.

The LETTERHEAD extension is commonly displayed with LET file extension. In addition, the .letterhead file type is also considered as a proprietary file extension, but users can convert the file to edit it using MS Word. By exporting it to .png format, .letterhead file becomes editable in MS Word.

Software that will open, convert or fix LETTERHEAD files

Unfortunately we have not received enough suggestions for software that can open LETTERHEAD files yet.

Try a universal file viewer

Since we do not have any programs listed that we have verified can open LETTERHEAD files, we suggest that you try a universal file viewer like Free File Viewer. It can open over 200 different types of files - and very likely yours too! Download Free File Viewer.

About File Extension LETTERHEAD

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If you have additional information about the LETTERHEAD file format or software that uses files with the LETTERHEAD suffix, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.