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Native Format


The native format refers to the default format of a data file created by its associated software program. For example, Microsoft Excel® produces its output as '.xls' files by default; this is the native format of Excel. Microsoft Word® produces native files with a '.doc' extension. Whilst many programs are capable of supporting other formats, they each have their native format.

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