If you are looking for SheetWorks, you have come to the right place. We explain what SheetWorks is and point you to the official download.
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We do not yet have a description of SheetWorks itself, but we do know which types of files our users open with it.
The list of known supported file types is further down the page. Clicking a file type you need help opening will in most cases find several other programs that can open that particular type of file too. Try a few programs and see which one works best for you.
Find the official SheetWorks download
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File types supported by SheetWorks
About file types supported by SheetWorks
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Last updated: : September 17, 2012