The file extension ATT is associated with multiple programs and applications and various file types. The programs and applications include Alphacam, AT&T Group 4, SeeYou, and a web form post data file. ATT files contain data and information related to the program that created the file.
If the ATT file extension is related to Alphacam, the file is a CAD file type which stores woodworking designs for the manufacturing of furniture. The contents include component drawings, lines, measurements, models, and objects. Alphacam is a Computer Aided Design software application produced by Planit Solutions which is designed for creating professional plans and designs for the furniture industry.
ATT files which are associated with AT&T Group 4 are a bitmap file type that contains bitmap graphics used with fax files. AT&T Group 4 is one in a series of bitmap files created by AT&T (American Telephone and Telegraph).
ATT files that are created with SeeYou are a various data file type which stores waypoints that are used by glider pilots for analysis and flight planning. SeeYou is a software application produced by NavITer which assists glider pilots with flight planning.
If the file extension ATT is defined as a web form post data file, the file is a web file type that contains form layouts which have been received as an email attachment. The file is typically named postdata.ATT in the event the file has been incorrectly labeled in terms of the encoding.
How to Open ATT Files
Since the file extension ATT is associated with multiple programs and applications, double click on the file to see if it will automatically open in a default program you have installed on your PC. ATT files can consist of different file types, so you may already have a program which will open the file.
ATT files which are created with Alphacam can be opened using the Alphacam Computer Aided Design (CAD) application. Alphacam is available in a paid version with license activation on the Alphacam website and is compatible with the Windows operating system version XP and later.
If the ATT file is identified as an AT&T Group 4 bitmap file, you can open and view the contents using XnView. It is an open source software application which provides tools for viewing, storing, and converting more than 300 different types of graphics formats. XnView is available as a free download on the XnView website and is compatible with Windows, Mac OS X, and the Linux operating system.
ATT files which belong to SeeYou can be opened using the SeeYou software application which is available in a 14-day free trial version on the NavITer website. SeeYou is compatible with Windows, Mac OS X, and the Android operating system or it can be accessed in the SeeYou Cloud.
Web form post data ATT files can be opened using Post Data Spider 1.0, which is a freeware application that will decode data in an email attachment received as postdata.ATT. Post Data Spider is available as a free download on the Weaver Spider Software website and is compatible with the Windows operating system.
Web form post data ATT files can also be opened using any text editing program. If you are using Windows, you can open and view the contents of ATT files using WordPad, Notepad, or TextPad. For Mac OS X, you can open ATT files using Apple TextEdit, TextMate, MacVim, or BBEdit. For the Linux operating system, you can use AbiWord, gEdit, Nano Editor, or Vim to open the file extension ATT.