How to open ODB files

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

What is an ODB file?

The .odb file extension is most commonly associated with the OpenOffice database application. OpenOffice OpenDocument database files contain XML-based database information that can be used across multiple database software programs. This file standard was created as an alternative to traditional office database applications, such as Microsoft Access.

The .odb file extension is also used for ArcView object database ASCII files, ABAQUS files, Abaqus/CAE binary output files, Psion Organizer data files and LZ diary files.

ODB file openers, viewers, etc.

These apps are known to open certain types of ODB files. Remember, different programs may use ODB files for different purposes, so you may need to try out a few of them to be able to open your specific file.

OpenOffice.org BaseOpenOffice.org BaseUser submitted
LibreOfficeLibreOfficeUser submitted
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OpenOffice.org InstallerOpenOffice.org InstallerUser submitted
StarOffice BaseStarOffice BaseUser submitted
CompareOfficeCompareOfficeUser submitted
Complete OFFICE DepotComplete OFFICE DepotUser submitted
BrOffice.org BaseBrOffice.org BaseUser submitted
Oracle Open Office BaseOracle Open Office BaseUser submitted
OpenOffice.ux.pl BaseOpenOffice.ux.pl BaseUser submitted
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We have not verified any online services that we know for certain can work with ODB-files. If you know one, please use the Suggest link below and tell us about it!