|Exportizer is a free database export tool. It allows to export open table to file, clipboard, or printer.|
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Exportizer is a free database export tool. It allows to export data to file, clipboard, or printer. Exportizer works via BDE or ADO. It can convert DB, DBF, text, CSV to text, CSV, XLS, RTF, XML, HTML, DBF, PDF, DOC, SLK, SQL.
Many export options ensure full control over output. There is an ability to specify the source-to-target field mappings.
Export operations can be performed either via the program interface or via command line with large number of parameters. You can easily generate needed command line directly from the GUI.
It is possible to copy data to clipboard or print them.
There are several utility functions for data manipulating and bookmarking.
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| Free Download Exportizer 6.1.5 from vlsoftware.net|
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