Files that contain the extension VER are associated with multiple programs and applications and various file types. The programs and applications include TurboTax, SeeYou Airspace, Windows, and Mac. VER files contain data and information related to the program that created the file.
If the VER files are created with TurboTax, they are a data file type that contains numerical information, transactions, spreadsheet layouts, templates, and financial information you typically include on a tax form. TurboTax is a tax preparation application produced by Intuit.
VER files that are related to SeeYou Airspace are a data file type that contains tool for planning and analysis, graphs, charts, lines, objects, and other elements used to plan and analyze routes for glider pilots.
If the VER files are used with Microsoft Windows, the files are a data file type that contains information related to the specific version of an application used with Windows. In this case, the file extension VER is an abbreviation for Version, which means the contents of a VER file will vary according to the application it is associated with.
VER files that are associated with Mac OS X are a data file type that contains information which pertains to a specific version of an application used with the Mac operating system. Similar to the Microsoft Windows VER file, the extension VER stands for Version and describes the version of the application being used with Mac OS X.
How to Open VER Files
VER files that are created with TurboTax can be opened using Intuit TurboTax Deluxe, which is compatible with the Windows and Mac OS X operating systems. TurboTax Deluxe is available in a paid version on the Intuit website.
If the file extension VER is created by SeeYou Airspace, you can open the file using the SeeYou Airspace application. SeeYou can be downloaded on the Naviter website.
VER files that are part of applications in the Windows and Mac OS X operating systems typically should not be opened. In fact, there is no real reason to open this type of file. If you open a VER file and accidentally modify it, you can lose the functionality of the application the file is associated with.
For example, VER files which originate from third party applications can potentially contain important commands that communicate with the applicationâ€™s executable file. If you accidentally modify the file, it can affect the application functions as well as the other files that rely on the VER file to function properly.